The prosecutor handling Chris Brown’s assault case has “cited a possible discrepancy” in his logged hours of community service. This causing a judge to demand an audit and Breezy himself return to court next month.
During original deliberation, a judge allowed Chris to complete part of his 6-month worth of roadside clean up, graffiti removal and other manual labor tasks in his home state, Virginia.
Now, Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray says she can’t tell which hours were done there and which hours were completed in Los Angeles, if Chris ever did the community service at all.
According to The Huffington Post Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg said there are some records of work but the files haven’t been updated.
There was no mention of the nightclub brawl or the situation in Miami where a woman claims Chris stole her cell phone during Tuesday’s court session. Both would be a violation of his 5-year probation.
The community service records, and Chris, are ordered to be in court on August 21st.