The Los Angeles County District Attorney is seeking to revoke singer Chris Brown's probation after he allegedly submitted fake community service records. According to documents filed by the DA's office, Brown filed paperwork claiming he was painting murals at a children's center and picking up trash in Virginia when he was actually on a plane to Cancun, Mexico.
HollywoodLife.com reports that the DA's office is investigation Brown's community service in Virginia for evidence of "corruption" involving the police department in Richmond, VA.
Documents submitted to the court by the Chief of Police in Richmond, allegedly claim that Chris, 23, "worked at Tappahannock Children’s Center and did jobs such as painting, washing windows, waxing floors, cutting grass and picking up trash, TMZ reports."
But the Los Angeles District Attorney tells HollywoodLife.com, “Entertainer Chris Brown failed to provide ‘credible, competent or verifiable evidence’ that he completed his court-ordered community labor. [We] asked the court to order Brown to fulfill his obligation in Los Angeles County.”
The judge was suspicious upon receiving the letter, TMZ notes. When the DA did some investigating, they found no “credible, competent or verifiable evidence” that Chris completed his 180 days of community service.
In a motion filed by Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray, the court was asked to decline to accept Chris’ community labor in Virginia due to what appears to be “significant discrepancies indicating at best sloppy documentation and at worst fraudulent reporting.”
A source close to Brown's camp tells Sandrarose.com exclusively that a thorough investigation by the LA DA's office will find that the paperwork submitted was "accurate and factual."
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