LOS ANGELES — A day after Los Angeles County prosecutors raised questions about Chris Brown’s court-ordered community service, the singer appeared Wednesday before a judge for an already-scheduled progress report.
A motion filed Tuesday by Deputy Dist. Atty. Mary A. Murray said a district attorney’s investigation into Brown’s community service found “significant discrepancies indicating at best sloppy documentation and at worst fraudulent reporting,” and asked a judge to order Brown to carry out his court-ordered labor in Los Angeles County instead of Virginia, where he lives.
The district attorney did not ask a judge to find Brown in violation of his probation.
A judge will decide whether Brown must serve additional community service time in Los Angeles County. If he does not fulfill his obligation to the court, he could be sent to jail.