Brown completes community service
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 digitalspy.co.uk.
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."