I'd hate to bring up the Brown-Rihanna assault thing again, but it looks like another story has popped up about him that I thought might be pretty interesting to read about here, so let's get to it.
After getting in some serious trouble with the courts for assaulting then-girlfriend Rihanna, Chris Brown was sentenced to 1,440 hours of community service (there may be other stipulations, I am unsure). Now, a man as popular as Brown is, who has been traveling internationally left and right for shows and whatnot, could not possibly have the time to fit in 1,440 hours without severely disappoint fans, right?
Well, if his reports are correct, then that's actually not the case.
Chris Brown and his supervising police chief Bryan Norwood have submitted accounts of Brown's service hours, and though the hour-total is somewhat vague (there are claims Norwood was mistaken by a couple hours), there seems to be a consensus that the hours just land over the 1,400 mark (between 1,402 and 1,404). Which is, still, not the 1,440 hours mandated.
Yet, Brown was marked as having completed the hours -- largely at his boyhood daycare center, at which his mother was director for 24 years (and which he attended for 12 years). If that wasn't suspicious enough, he is logged as having done over 700 of these hours since March 2012, which is a hell of a workload considering what he does and all.
Right now, the complaints are small, but should they get any bigger I will be sure to report on it!