Chris Brown Sentenced to 1,000 More Hours of Community Labor for Rihanna Beating

Published:11:32 pm EDT, August 16, 2013| Updated:7:57 am EDT, August 17, 2013|
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Chris Brown appeared in court for a probation violation hearing on August 16. (Getty Images)

After being sentenced to 1,400 hours of community service for the 2009 beating of Rihanna, Chris Brown was just sentenced to 1,000 more for allegedly fudging his records, reports TMZ.

The L.A. County district attorney accused the singer of violating his probation by submitting fake community service reports. In once case, Brown swore that he was picking up trash in Virginia, but was actually on a private jet to Cancun. Another time, prosecutors said he claimed he was be picking up trash in Richmond when paparazzi snapped photographs of the singer 100 miles away in Washington D.C.

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He agreed to 1,000 more hours of community service and to top it off, he won't be getting any credit for the hours he may or may not have completed since his conviction.

Now Brown has the option of completing the remaining hours by doing freeway trash removal, beach clean-up, graffiti abatement or maintenance and janitorial work for the county probation department. They must be completed by August 25, 2014. Only one more year to go!

The singer was convicted in 2009 for famously assaulting his then girlfriend Rihanna.

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