Chris Brown Sentenced to 1000 More Hours of Community Labor! [Details]
Rucuss staffAugust 17, 2013
A day after a Los Angeles judge dismissed a hit-and-run charge against Chris Brown, another reinstated his probation.
Brown was also sentenced to 1,000 hours of community labor on Friday, TMZ reports. The Fine China singer’s probation had been revoked after he was charged with a hit-and-run accident.
After the hit and run charges were dropped, Superior Court Judge James Brandlin ordered Brown to complete his new sentence in one year. Brown will serve his community service hours, either working with the California Department of Transportation highway cleanup, removing graffiti, doing beach cleanup or Probation Alternative Work Services.
Community service Brown performed as part of his previous sentence will not count toward his new hours. Brown was initially sentenced to 180 days of community service. However, the Los Angeles District Attorney previously filed legal documents stating that Brown’s community service hours were “bogus,” and that “he was actually on a private jet to Cancun” instead of fulfilling the duties of his probation.
A judge will track Brown’s progress and is due back in court on Nov 20. Brown tweeted after the hearing:
Brown, whose new album X is in stores on August 27th, suffered a stress-related seizure last week. Hopefully, the outcome of the two cases will relieve some tension.
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