The Los Angeles District Attorney is moving to violate Chris Brown's probation and is armed with a lot of ammunition.
The D.A. claims Brown violated his probation by lying about fulfilling his community service in Virginia, testing positive for weed, throwing a fan's phone in Miami, throwing a chair through a window at "Good Morning America," and for fighting with Frank Ocean.
The first order of business from the D.A. is to prove Brown lied about completing his community service.
Brown claimed he completed 202 days of community service in Virginia. He was only required to perform 180. The singer's story was backed up by Bryan T. Norwood, the Chief of Police in Richmond, VA, who wrote a letter to Chris' judge vouching for the work being done.
Brown reportedly frequently worked at Tappahannock Children's Center painting, washing windows, waxing floors, cutting grass and picking up trash. Brown's mother was once the director at the center and still has her own set of keys.
The D.A. claims Chris' mom was the person who oversaw her son's work at the Children's Center outside of normal operating hours. Brown's mother.also submitted the times, location and types of duties Brown supposedly performed.
Chris and his mom Joyce Hawkins
A key administrator told the D.A. she never saw Chris perform any work at the center.
The Administrator of the Children's Center allegedly tried to coach the janitor on what to say to the D.A., but he refused. He says he was the only person to wax the center's floors in the last three years. The janitor's claim would void Brown's statement in documents that he had waxed the floors on some occasions.
The Richmond P.D. admits they only supervised Brown on 9 or 10 occasions and on all other dates he was not supervised by anyone, according to documents obtained by TMZ.
The detective who was supposed to oversee Brown's work was told she didn't have to anymore. The times Chris was supposed to have worked were reported by his mother.
In a motion filed by Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray, it was requested that the court decline to accept Brown’s community service in Virginia due to what appears to be “significant discrepancies indicating at best sloppy documentation and at worst fraudulent reporting.”
Brown was reportedly out of the country touring during some of the time he was supposed to doing community service, making it impossible for him to have done so.
The Los Angeles D.A. is asking the courts to reject Brown's community service submission and to force him to complete the 180 hours he's required to fulfill in L.A.