Chris Brown's court-ordered community service work is set to be scrutinised by a judge after a prosecutor demanded to see proof of the singer's progress.
The R&B star was sentenced to five years' probation and six months' community service after pleading guilty to assaulting his then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.
He has been carrying out jobs including roadside clean-ups and graffiti removal in his home state of Virginia, but his lawyers will now have to provide the court with detailed accounts of his activities after a prosecutor found a possible discrepancy, according to the Associated Press.
Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray requested an audit of Brown's community service reports and Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg granted the request.
Brown previously completed domestic violence and anger management counselling at the request of the court.
He is due to appear back before the judge on 21 August (12).