A judge has told Chris Brown that his community service progress report is "excellent."
In August, Brown was placed on probation and ordered to six months of community labor, 1,400 hours, for his felony assault charges following Chrianna.
According to the Associated Press, Brown has completed a little over 100 hours so far, and seven domestic violence counseling sessions. Some of his duties have included washing cars, cleaning around his hometown of Virginia, and removing graffiti.
"We have a progress report and it's extremely favorable," Judge Schnegg told the pop star. "That's excellent."
Brown is currently touring the states on his 19-city comeback tour. His next probation progress hearing is Feb. 18. --Linda Hobbs
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