R&B superstar Chris brown was back in court Wednesday to face allegations that he forged the community service hours he was supposed to complete as part of his sentence for assaulting Rihanna in 2009. The judge called for more information to be introduced and scheduled for another hearing to take place in two months.
Brown arrived to court with Rihanna, the very same woman whose face he bruised up, his mom, and two other women, and left with the same group of people after the short hearing with Superior Court Judge James Brandlin. Prosecutors in Virginia claim that they could not find any credible evidence for Brown completing all the community service hours he was ordered to do.
Mark Geeragos, Brown’s lawyer, is none to happy about how the DA’s office in VA is treating his client. In a news conference Geragos said, “I’ve never had a client, and I’ve represented a wide breadth and thousands of clients, never ever had a client who has been tortured by a DA’s office on probation like Chris Brown has.”