A judge is calling for an audit of Chris Brown's community service work after concerns were raised about exactly how many hours Chris has completed as part of his sentence in a felony assault case, according to E! Online.
A prosecutor says the records aren't clear regarding how many hours Chris has completed. Though the courts allowed Brown to perform six months' worth of work in his home state of Virginia, a judge says that Los Angeles officials should review the records.
Chris, who pleaded guilty in a 2009 attack on his then-girlfriend Rihanna, remains on probation and is due in court for a hearing on August 21.
There was no mention at Tuesday's progress hearing of Chris' alleged involvement in a bottle-throwing brawl with Drake last month at a New York City club. The fight is said to have been sparked by comments about Rihanna.
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