The Los Angeles Country District Attorney has accused Chris Brown of violating his probation by submitting 'fraudulent' community service records
Chris Brown has been accused of submitting ''fraudulent'' community service records.
The 'Turn Up The Music' star's probation - which stems from his violent assault on his on/off girlfriend Rihanna in 2009 - could be revoked after the Los Angeles Country District Attorney (D.A.) filed legal documents on Tuesday (05.02.13), accusing him of lying about performing community service in Virginia when he was really on a private jet to Cancun in Mexico.
The D.A. claims that following its investigation, it found no ''credible, competent or verifiable evidence'' that Chris performed 180 days of service and called his documentation ''at best sloppy ... and at worst fraudulent reporting.''
A source told gossip website TMZ.com that the 23-year-old R&B singer - who recently rekindled his romance with the 24-year-old 'Stay' singer - was only supervised for nine or 10 days of community service out of the 180 he was required to perform and the detective, who was assigned to oversee his work, claims she was told to stop monitoring him.
Chris' mother Joyce Hawkins allegedly provided evidence of times, location and types of duty he performed at Tappahannock Children's Centre - where she was once a director.
According to the documents, the singer's lawyer Mark Geragos ''instructed'' the lawyer for the Richmond Police Department on how to ''handle'' D.A. investigators' questions about Chris' community service.
His lawyer also allegedly told Chris' probation officer that there was a court order that his community service be removed from the probation department and given to the police chief, despite there being no such order.
The L.A. County D.A. claims the records provided by his mother are bogus and that Chris also had a prior relationship with the Chief of Police in Richmond, Virginia, Brian T. Norwood who wrote a letter to the judge on September 14, claiming Chris successfully completed 202 days of community service, 22 more than he was required.
He also provided documents showing Chris worked at the Children's Centre doing odd jobs such as painting, washing windows, waxing floors, cutting grass and picking up trash.
The D.A. has asked the judge to reject Chris' alleged community service hours in Virginia and make him fulfil his obligation in Los Angeles.