Breezy has been ordered by the Los Angeles Superior Court Judge, Patricia Schnegg, to return to court and account for all of the alleged community service hours he has completed. Well, she probably didn’t call him ‘Breezy,’ more likely, Christopher Brown.
The audit of his hours (required from his 2009 assault on Rihanna) was requested by Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray. Since Breezy had been doing all of his work in Virginia, the actual number of completed hours has become foggy. But, clearly there’s some question concerning the accuracy of them!
The court had been regularly getting an updated log of his community service hours, but not as of late… Either Breezy has been slacking (too wrapped up in his career and his bar brawls) or it’s just a matter of information not being relayed from one jurisdiction to the other (wouldn’t be the first time). He does his time in Virginia (his home state), while he now lives in California; guess he doesn’t want to s**t where he sleeps, as the saying goes.
The judge ordered Breezy—sorry, Mr. Christopher Brown—to appear at the next hearing, tentatively scheduled for Aug. 21. It will be the first time Breezy will be back in the courtroom in several months. The judge said California probation officials should be keeping better tabs on exactly how much service work has been done; not just grabbing margheritas at the beach!
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