On Thursday (September 17), Chris Brown went on day two of community service while clearing weeds in Richmond, Virginia, on what’s the first day of a six-month labor sentence.
The “Kiss Kiss” singer looked busy cleaning the grounds, sporting a reflective vest and a red cap. His first few days of work brought out reporters from all over, with law officials having to add extra protection for the pop star.
According to the Associated Press:
“The 20-year-old R&B singer worked along with two others who were serving probation, clearing tall weeds and brush by hand and with yard tools.
Additional officers were on hand, but only a few fans and television crews gathered nearby. Dressed in an orange vest, white tank top, baggy jeans and red baseball cap, Brown did not speak to the media but he waved to fans who saw him working. Brown’s schedule, including work hours and days, will be flexible, and he will be performing different types of manual labor, Richmond police spokesman Gene Lepley said…. Brown must pay for the extra guards who work while he is performing community service.”
Judge Schnegg also made it clear that she wanted Brown to do physical labor over community service - such as removing graffiti, picking up trash, washing cars and maintaining grounds.
The singer also has to go through 52-week domestic violence program by Commonwealth Catholic Charities in Virginia.”
NY Daily News reports:
‘Check out my outfit,’ Brown said in an afternoon Internet ‘tweet’ that included a picture of himself in his work duds.
The California judge who sentenced Brown in August granted his request to do his community labor near his home in Richmond after receiving assurances from Virginia officials that hed’ be doing hard work.
Richmond Police spokesman Gene Lepley said Brown’s schedule will be flexible and include assignments like washing government cars, picking up trash and cleaning up graffiti.
“We’ll just take a look at it day by day and certainly would ask for the cooperation of the public and Chris’ fans so that he is able to satisfy the work requirements.”
While Brown’s work hours were supposed to be secret, he clued the paparazzi in to his whereabouts Wednesday through his missives on Twitter.
“On my way to community service….” he tweeted en route to the Richmond Police stable.
Enjoy the pictures of Chris Brown having a romping good time serving his sentence.