Chris Brown's 1,000 Hours Of Community Work
Chris Brown has been ordered to do 1,000 hours of community service after his probation stemming from a 2009 assault on his ex-girlfriend Rihanna was restored.
The 24-year-old pop star's probation was revoked last month after he was hit with misdemeanor charges following a minor traffic accident.
Those charges were dismissed on Thursday, and Los Angeles Superior Court judge James Brandlin later restored his probation.
The reinstated probation order was conditional on Brown completing 1,000 hours of community work, in addition to the 180 days he had already been ordered to perform.
Judge Brandlin said Brown would be put to work in one of four programs - highway clean-up, beach clean-up, graffiti removal or a program run by the probation department.
The order came after prosecutors questioned whether Brown had in fact completed the initial 180-day period of community service he was sentenced to.
They cited "significant discrepancies" in his work record.
However, the singer's lawyer contested the allegation, saying prosecutors "chose to ignore the actual evidence in an effort to find someone, anyone, to say he was not working."
In 2009 Brown pleaded guilty to assaulting fellow singer Rihanna earlier that year on the eve of the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.