Chris Brown’s Community Service Hours Broken Down
After Chris Brown was popped for beating Rihanna in 2009, he was ordered to do 6 months community labor. Last week he failed a random drug test. The judge broke the bad news on September 24th:
“You apparently did have a drug test, and that drug test came out positive for marijuana.”
Breezy tried the old “I have a medical marijuana card” excuse but the judge wasn’t buying it.
“I’m not going to order a subsequent drug test, but this is my advice to you – you are not an average person. You’re not only in the public eye but you’re on probation. I’m going to caution you. You should be very mindful of obeying all laws and rules”
Yes, mom. #shruglife
That’s not where the trouble ends. Before Brown returns to court on November 1st, a Los Angeles judge and prosecutor have requested more documentation to prove Breezy worked the 1,400 hours logged.
The Associated Press compiled a list of tasks completed during Breezy’s service:
• 371 hours picking up trash in Richmond, VA.
• 346 hours of cleaning at Tappahannock Children’s Center
• 82 hours painting
• 79 hours washing police cars and fire trucks
• 77 ½ hours stripping and waxing floors
• 56 hours destroying old police files
• 41 ½ hours cleaning and organizing areas around police and fire stations
• 41 hours tending stalls at the Richmond Police Department horse stables
• 19 hours doing inventory of smoke detectors and fire extinguishers