Chris Brown's Lying Catches Up to Him in Court

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Chris BrownFed up with Chris Brown? Join the club! A Los Angeles district attorney and a judge are both members already. Together they just ensured the singer will spend at least 1,000 more hours working his tail off for the good of the world in some court-ordered community service.

Turns out Breezy has been up to no good ... again. The singer was supposed to be doing community service already -- part of his probation for beating up Rihanna in that famous domestic violence case.

But according to TMZ, Brown was trying to pull a fast one on the court, fudging his paperwork to make it look like he'd completed the 180 days -- 1,440 hours -- of community work he was initially ordered to do in exchange for not going to jail in the Rihanna case.


The good news is the lies didn't help him any. He's not getting any credit for what work he did do. Instead Chris Brown was handed down an order to do 1,000 MORE hours of work. He's also back on probation, which was revoked after that hit and run mess awhile ago.

That'll teach ya to mess with your paperwork, buddy!

Do you think Chris Brown will learn his lesson this time?


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Craft... CraftyJenna

No, because he didn't actually face the right consiquences. He was supposed to do the community service or go to jail- he didn't do it, so why exactly is he not in jail? 

Carme... Carmen8706

What CraftyJenna said.  They should have locked him up as soon as they found out he was lying.  Now they've just let him get off easy again.

Nelli... NellieAthome

Not exactly easy - 1000 hours of community service within 1 year mean 25 weeks of 40 hour work weeks - if you add the previous 1440 hours he will be unable to do anything to earn a living for the next year. Whoever one might be a community service sentence that interferes with being able to hold a job is ridiculous.

And, BTW, aren't you the same people that want to kill all offenders rather than let them laze around in jail at tax-payer expense?

nonmember avatar me

No, some people never learn. He thinks hes god almighty who can do anything and get away with anything, among few other delebrities. Im sure hell do few hours and then try to weasel out of the rest of it again

Laurie Palmer

I love it when celebrities ( who don't think the rules apply to them) get busted. Especially given they seem to get a "free pass" -- when we normal people don't. He's an arrogant little idiot. 

Angel... AngelSinger

He falsified official paperwork, which is a crime. Anyone else would be in jail.

nonmember avatar sandy

Sad to say, but I suspect that CB will respond in petulant anger, per usual. And what does a child do when his lie is detected and punished? He determines to "show them": Chris will try to find a more surefire way (e.g., pay someone "on the inside") to cheat on the paperwork. In a strange way, he is trying to communicate something important to those who may be trying to help him: He has not matured, and community service is not going to help him with his deeply embedded issues.

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