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Archive for November, 2009
Chris Brown won praise from a judge Thursday for keeping up with the terms of his punishment for beating Rihanna. “Excellent,” L.A. County Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg said when informed by Brown’s lawyer Mark Geragos that the “Kiss Kiss” singer has completed 100 hours of his lengthy community labor requirement.
“It’s an extremely favorable progress report,” Schnegg said, referring to Brown’s formal probation update.
She said Brown has attended seven of his 52 mandatory domestic violence counseling sessions, paid all his court fines and given a sample of his DNA. She ordered Brown back for another status report Feb. 18. Brown, 20, pleaded guilty in June to felony assault stemming from a February incident in which he beat, choked, bit and threatened to kill Rihanna after leaving a pre-Grammy Awards party in Los Angeles. He was sentenced to five years of probation and 180 days of community service, which he’s fulfilling near his home in Richmond, Va.
Schnegg, who sentenced Brown in August, also ordered him to stay at least 100 yards away from Rihanna, 21, for the next five years. The judge allowed the out-of-state labor program after receiving assurances from Virginia officials that he’d be doing “hard” work. Richmond Police spokesman Gene Lepley has said Brown’s schedule is flexible and includes assignments like washing government cars, picking up trash and cleaning up graffiti. Brown tweeted about one of his work assignments in September and was photographed wearing work gloves and a fluorescent orange vest at a Richmond police-horse stable. After his sentence, Brown issued a video apology and launched a “Fan Appreciation” tour going on now.
It was business as usual for Chris Brown as well as his adoring fans during a recent appearance at a Los Angeles high school.
Brown “rolled into L.A.’s Cleveland High for a celebrity basketball game sponsored by local radio station Power 106,” reported TMZ.com, also notinh that his assault of Rihanna was all but forgotten by the students. Assistant Principal of Athletics Carlos Valdovinos tells TMZ the girls “were going berserk,” and everyone reacted to Brown “as if nothing ever happened.”