Chris Brown completes community service

Los Angeles: Singer Chris Brown has reportedly completed his community service sentence for his 2009 assault on ex-girlfriend Rihanna, but court is yet to give its views.

The 23-year-old was charged for domestic abuse and was placed on probation along with a mandatory sentence of 1,400 hours community service.

At least one-third of Brown`s community service hours were completed at a Virginia daycare centre where his mother once worked, reports a website.

However, prosecutors and Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg are now challenging the validity of Brown`s recorded hours.

Schnegg has described the community service reports as somewhat cryptic, though the court has yet to divulge what the discrepancies are.

Ida Minter, administrator of the Tappahannock Children`s Centre which Brown attended as a child, said: "I think Chris always goes beyond because he always wants to give back to where he grew up. And this was a part of his home because his mum worked here full-time."

"If you`ve ever been involved in stripping and waxing, it`s hard. It`s a lot of work."


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