Chris Brown’s judge questioning his actions

    Chris Brown has done pretty well with meeting the terms of his probation since his infamous scandal with Rihanna in 2009, but this morning the judge had a few questions about what Chris has been up to.

    Lucky for Chris, it had nothing to do with the recent nightclub brawl involving him, Drake and a few flying bottles.

    The judge was actually more interested in the “Turn Up the Music” singer’s community service progress. The judge ordered an audit of the singer’s service hours after a prosecutor handling his case cited a possible discrepancy in the amount of work he’s performed, according to the Associated Press.

    The audit was requested because the records don’t clearly indicate how many hours of service Chris has performed and where the work was done. Chris’ attorney did not object to the audit and reportedly did not seem concerned by the request.

    Since it seems like Chris’ attorney is handling his legal woes, he can celebrate the success of his latest album Fortune.

    Fortune, Chris’ fifth studio album, dropped last Tuesday and debuted at number one in the U.S., as well as in the UK and Netherlands.

    See photos of Chris with Bow Wow, Pooch Hall, Monica Brown and more below.

    —Chelsea Boone


    Have you picked up Chris’ Fortune album? Do you feel he’s paid his debt to society for the ’09 assault? Leave your comments below.


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