Chris Brown's Lawyer Attacks False Community Service Probation Claims

6 February 2013, 10:44 | Updated: 6 February 2013, 10:48

The 'Turn Up The Music' singer is accused of fraudulently altering the amount of hours he completed.

Chris Brown's lawyer has attacked fresh claims the singer has failed to complete all of his community service in Virginia during his probation.

Following an incident at a pre-Grammys bash in 2009, the R&B singer was sentenced to five years probation - which included 180 days of community service in his hometown.

A new document published on Tuesday (5th February) stated that the star has failed to provide, "credible, competent or verifiable evidence" that he completed the full service.

Due to the new reports Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray filed a motion asking the court to reject the labour the singer had reportedly completed in Virgina over grounds of "significant discrepancies indicating at best sloppy documentation and at worst fraudulent reporting."

Speaking to the Times, the 'Don't Wake Me Up' singer's lawyer Mark Geragos said: "Apparently the district attorney's office has completely lost their minds. They are making scurrilous, libelous and defamatory statements and apparently have lost their ability to read their own reports." 

His attorney added that Chris had "spent his allocated time court-ordered time "scrubbing floors, painting walls and other forms of community labor," and said the DA "should be embarrassed" for suggesting otherwise.

The fresh reports came shortly after a judge closed the case on an apparent altercation involving Frank Ocean.

Meanwhile, the 'Don't Judge Me' singer is rumoured to have rekindled his relationship with former girlfriend Rihanna in recent weeks.

Speaking during an interview with Rolling Stone, the Bajan star said that even if people think it's a mistake, it's her mistake to make.