Chris Brown

The details of Chris Brown's community service order have been unmasked. The troubled star will be washing cars, picking up trash and removing graffiti as his punishment for beating up his ex-girlfriend, pop singer Rihanna. The 20-year-old was also handed five years probation and ordered to serve six months hard labor in his home state of Virginia after pleading guilty to assaulting Rihanna back in February. Now Brown's punishment has been revealed in a letter from Richmond, Va., Police chief Bryan Norwood to the court in Los Angeles California where Brown was sentenced. The letter reads, "It is my understanding that the Court desires the imposed community service to be labor intensive. Along those lines, we are prepared to put Mr. Brown to work in the community performing manual labor tasks, such as graffiti removal, trash pick up, washing cars, cleaning, maintaining grounds, etc." The proposals also state that Brown will be forced to pick up the bill for extra security during his punishment, in case members of the public find out his location and harass him while he's working. The documents also says, "He will be responsible for paying any costs incurred regarding the facilitation of this arrangement to include adequate security from the public (in the event they become aware of his presence) and one-on-one supervision where special projects are instituted."
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Anonymous said…
WOW, Washing cars? great punishment for domestic violence,NOT. Here you go to jail. I guess it's true. Famous people have their own set of rules.
James Edstrom said…
They sure do !

James Edstrom