By Ryan Buxton, EnStarz | Sep 18, 2012 09:41 AM EDT
Chris Brown was set to meet with a judge Monday for a progress report on the community service he's performed since assaulting Rihanna in 2009, but the court appearance was pushed back to next week.
A Los Angeles deputy district attorney ordered a more thorough audit of the community service hours Brown has completed after claiming recent reports were vague about where and when Brown actually performed the service.
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Brown was ordered to do a total of 180 hours of community service as part of his sentencing on charges of felony assault. He was also assigned anger management classes, 52 weeks of a domestic violence education program and five years of probation.
The rapper's most recent court appearance in February 2011 saw a judge reduce Rihanna's restraining order against Brown from "stay away" to "do not annoy," but the judge also rejected a request for his supervised probation to become unsupervised.
Brown's assault of Rihanna in 2009 made international news after TMZ posted a startling photo of Rihanna's bruised face in what was one of the gossip website's biggest scoops ever.
But it seems the couple has made up in recent years. In an interview on "Oprah's Next Chapter" over the summer, a teary-eyed Rihanna told Oprah Winfrey she was still in love with Brown even though they weren't back together.
The couple made news again earlier this month when cameras caught them sharing a quick kiss at the MTV Video Music Awards. CLICK HERE to see that video.
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