Chris Brown Forced to Complete 1,000 More Hours of Community Service
Can Chris Brown catch a break?
Just weeks after hinting at an early retirement and being hospitalized, the troubled singer found himself back in an Los Angeles court for a probation hearing. Yesterday (August 16), dressed in a black blazer and white shirt, Brown appeared frustrated after a judge ordered him to complete an additional 1,000 hours of community service following a probation violation.
Joined by his mother Joyce Hawkins, Breezy found it difficult to keep quiet as he communicated with his lawyer.
"I understand. I understand. I am going to say whatever I want to. It's how I feel. I don't care," the court overheard.
In 48 hours, he will have to report to the probation department and choose from three different options: beach cleanup, graffiti removal or a probation alternative work program.
Vixens, do you think Chris Brown is being treated fairly?
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