Chris Brown may have violated his probation by lying about his community service record.
On Wednesday, TMZ reported that a judge ordered Brown to meet with his probation officer in Los Angeles within 48 hours to speak about the allegations that he fabricated his community service.
The judge said he needed more time to review evidence in the case. He also wants to hear from the probation officer after the meeting with Brown. The next hearing is scheduled for April 5.
According to TMZ, the Los Angeles district attorney is accusing Brown of submitting false records showing that he completed all the court-ordered charity work ... when he was actually out of the country during some of the dates on which he claims to have been paying his penance.
In 2008, Brown was ordered to do volunteer work at a children’s center in Richmond, Va., after he pleaded guilty to assault — i.e., beating up Rihanna. A police officer submitted a letter to the court saying that Brown had completed all of his service, but later admitted that no one officially supervised him the whole time.
If Brown did intentionally lie then he’s even dumber than he looks, because he allegedly claimed a date and hours that coincided with a fully verified trip to Cancun, Mexico at the same time.
To add insult to injury, apparently Brown took to Instagram and seemed to compare his ordeal to that of the biblical Job, stating that “I’m a human and I honestly think I deserve some respect. … A day in my shoes is a day in hell.”
But now it seems the account is a fake, according to his reps. “He currently doesn’t have an Instagram,” his handlers told Gossip Cop.