A California judge has asked to for an audit of Chris Brown’s community service logs. One of the prosecutors handling Brown’s felony assault case cited a possible discrepancy in the amount of work the singer has performed.
The judge states that the records do not clearly indicate exactly hos much community service has been done and at what locations.
Chris’ attorney did not object to the audit and stated that the matter at hand was the jurisdiction that the community service was performed in.
One of the issues that cause concern for the judge was that the court had not received any detailed logs of the community service which is supposed to include removing graffiti, roadside cleanup, and other types of manual labor.
Brown has been ordered to appear at the next hearing which is scheduled for August 21.