Chris Brown: Ordered to Complete Four Days of Hard Labor Per WEEK!

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Chris Brown was ordered to complete more community labor at his most recent court hearing yesterday, which is both good news and bad news for him.

  • BAD NEWS: He has to do four eight-hour shifts per week.
  • GOOD NEWS: That probably beats solitary confinement.

The singer has already been locked up numerous times for violations of his probation in the Rihanna assault case, but managed to stay out of jail this time.

Chris Brown in 2021

Brown, 25, has to complete his remaining hours of community labor - part of his sentence for pounding his then-girlfriend back in 2009 - by January.

And the troubled star got a lot of them left to do, it sounds like.

Typically, community labor sessions last eight hours, and entail picking up trash on the side of the highway or cleaning up graffiti, that sort of thing.

Of course, you may remember the Chris Brown community service scandal in which he was accused of not following through on these obligations.

He's under heavy scrutiny now, and on thin ice - but free.

Chris' therapist wrote a letter to the judge, saying he has his act together now, and that the R&B star has been following his "medication management."

The judge also mentioned that Chris, who was accused of assault in D.C. last fall, violated his probation by breaking a law ... when he got a speeding ticket.

At least he didn't get locked up for that.

It's been a bumpy ride for Mr. Karrueche Tran ever since that night in February 2009. Setbacks have been frequent. Here's hoping they are in the past.

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Christopher Maurice Brown