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Sounds like a BEY-utiful experience, no?!
Per the school's website, the course involves:
Chris Brown showed up to court Friday, April 5th due to the LA County District Attorney’s Office’s suspicions that the R&B singer had falsely completed his 180 days of community labor.
Chris is still dealing with the aftermath of his 2009 Rihanna beatdown, but could it be that he’s finally starting to take things seriously? While his lawyer Mark Geragos left the judge’s chambers smiling after a 25-minute consult, his client didn’t have the same relaxed look on his face. Instead, he seemed to be showing signs of nervousness.
Judge James Bradlin explained that two very thick envelopes had just been received from Virginia — where Chris “completed” his service — and New York, both stating that Chris had in fact fulfilled his community service requirement. Though the contents of both envelopes are not open to the public, the judge has granted a continuance till June 10th.
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