By Tamira Smith, EnStarz | Jul 11, 2012 12:03 PM EDT
A prosecutor working on Chris Brown's felony assault case is questioning whether or not the singer-actor has been doing the community service work that he was sentenced to do. Because of the discrepancy on the amount of community service Brown has done, judges have commanded an audit of his files, according to the Associated Press.
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Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray requested the audit because records aren't clear about how many hours he has done, and where he has done them. The singer was sentenced to do six months' worth of community service in his home state, Virginia. However, a judge has suggested that probation officials in Los Angeles should review the details in the records to determine how much work he has actually done.
According to Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg, the court hasn't received any recent updated logs of Brown's community service. Brown is supposed to partake in several form of manual labor community service including, but not limited to, graffiti removal and roadside cleanup. Despite questions about how much work he has already done, Schnegg did acknowledge that Brown has done a significant number of hours. She has ordered Brown to appear in court Aug. 21.
Aside from community service, the 23-year-old is currently serving five-years' probation as a result of the February 2009 assault of former girlfriend, singer Rhinanna. In February, his attorney Mark Geragos asked that the probation be dismissed, but his request was denied by judges.
Although Brown is on probation, he hasn't been staying out of trouble. Just weeks ago, the star was involved in a bottle throwing brawl with rapper Drake's entourage at New York City's night club W.I.P . However, there was no mention of the incident, which left Brown with a cut on his chin, during his current court battle.
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