Chris Brown got his previously revoked probation reinstated on Friday, but at a price of 1000 more hours community service.
A judge ruled that the singer must complete an additional 1000 hours of community service, and this time around, he must do it in Los Angeles under the supervision of LA County officials unlike last time, when he was permitted to do it in his home state of Virginia.
Back in February, we reported that the District Attorney alleged that Chris did not complete his mandated 180 days of community service and instead, falsified documents to prove that he did so while in actuality, he was busy partying around and jetting out of the country to perform at various gigs.
His probation was revoked due to a hit-and-run case which has been tossed out and because of it, the judge reinstated it on the condition of the 1000 days community service, which will not include any previous services he may or may not have completed since his conviction. Translation: He has to do it all over again.
He is expected to either do highway cleanup with Caltrans, beach cleanup, PAWS (Probation Alternative Work Service) or graffiti removal.
His probation ends in August 2014.