D.A. Says Chris Brown May Have Faked Community Service
Chris Brown continues to test the patience of the court by allegedly falsifying document that he completed 202 hours of community service in connection with the Rihanna beating case. He was only required to perform 180 hours.
Bryan Norwood, the Chief of Police in Richmond, VA., wrote a letter to the judge claiming that Brown completed his obligation. Norwood attached documents verifying that Brown had frequently worked at Tappahannock Children’s Center where the Star did odd jobs like painting, sweeping and waxing the floors.
Legal papers obtained from TMZ reveal the Richmond police department only supervised Brown 9 or 10 times at the children’s center and all the other dates he was unsupervised. The detective who was assigned to monitor Brown’s community service was told she did not have to continue watching him. The D.A. claims that Brown and the Chief of Police Norwood have a prior relationship.
Sources tell TMZ … there’s no way Chris could have performed community service on some of the days, because he was out of the country doing concerts. The D.A. calls Chris’ documentation “at best sloppy … and at worst fraudulent reporting.” The D.A. is asking the judge to reject Brown’s alleged Virginia community service hours and make him fulfill his obligation in L.A. County.
The D.A. office maintains Brown’s’ mom was responsible for orchestrating work at the Children’s Center outside of normal operating hours and a key administrator told the D.A. she never saw the performer doing any work at the center. If Brown did lie about completing his community service, he had a list of other people who helped him cover it up.
Brown’s probation violations have mounted since his initial reports of domestic abuse ranging from the Frank Ocean fight to throwing a chair through a window at Good Morning America.