Judge Orders Chris Brown To Complete 1,000 Hours Of Community Labor

Chris Brown Ordered to do 1,000 of Community Labor
For all you Los Angelenos, you may actually see Chris Brown picking up trash on the side of the freeways or cleaning up our local beaches.

Why, you ask?

Celebuzz can confirm that a Los Angeles judge has ordered the “With You” crooner to complete an additional 1,000 hours of community labor.

And he won’t be stuffing envelopes or doing menial office work.

Community labor is different than your typical community service in that it requires supervision with different kinds of organizations.

The judge specified Brown’s hours will have to be performed in four specific areas – doing work for Caltrans, graffiti removal, beach cleanup or through an organization called Probation Alternative Services Work (PAWS), according to L.A. Superior Court spokeswoman Patricia Kelly.

The Los Angeles District attorney and Brown’s lawyer Mark Geragos came to the agreement in lieu of revoking Brown’s probation after he was involved in an alleged hit-and-run accident in May.

The 24-year-old Grammy winner will have until August 25, 2014 to complete the extra hours when his five years of probation comes to an end in the Rihanna abuse case.

Brown’s first progress report is Nov. 20.

As Celebuzz exclusively reported, it’s been a week of slightly better news for RiRi’s ex since he was also cleared of hit-and-run charges Thursday.

 

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