Chris Brown: 180 Days of Community Service
Unlike any other performance from Chris Brown, he now has a new performance, called commmunity serivice. Which is requiring Chris's presence for 180 days in connection to the charges on the Rihanna beating.
According to Associated Press:
The 20-year-old R&B singer worked along with two others who were serving probation, clearing tall weeds and brush by hand and with yard tools. Additional officers were on hand, but only a few fans and television crews gathered nearby. Dressed in an orange vest, white tank top, baggy jeans and red baseball cap, Brown did not speak to the media but he waved to fans who saw him working. Brown's schedule, including work hours and days, will be flexible, and he will be performing different types of manual labor, Richmond police spokesman Gene Lepley said.... Brown must pay for the extra guards who work while he is performing community service
Performing physical labour, Chris, was told by Judge Schnegg to remove graffiti, pick up trash and wash cars in Virginia, where his permanent home and family live.
Brown also will go through a 52-week domestic violence program sponsored by Commonwealth Catholic Charities in Virginia.
A restriction order had been placed on Chris to stay at least 100 yards from Rihanna, unless attending any "entertainment industry event," then it would be 10 yards.
the judge sternly advised Brown that violating any probation terms would put him in prison