The District attorney in the Chris Brown case is investigating the singers community service work, and has requested proof of progress in the case.
After a guilty plea to assaulting his then girlfriend, Rihanna, in 2009, the singer was sentenced to five years of probation, and six months of community service. His duties were to include cleaning up road sides and removing graffiti in his home state of Virgina.
Brown was also required to complete courses and counseling for domestic violence and anger management.
According to a new report from The Associated Press, DA Mary Murray has requested Brown’s lawyers to provide detailed accounts of his community work after a prosecutor in the case uncovered a possible discrepancy.
The singer is due back in court on August 21.