Prosecutors say Chris Brown's records of community service in his home state of Virginia are dubious
Chris Brown's attorney said on Tuesday that Los Angeles County prosecutors had "completely lost their minds" by alleging that his client faked his community service hours.
Mark Geragos told the Los Angeles Times that he urged the Richmond Police Department to "take legal action against the Los Angeles County district attorney" after prosecutors filed a 19-page brief asking the court to deny Brown's service.
They said the hours of community service that he submitted in his home state of Virginia had "significant discrepancies indicating at best sloppy documentation and at worst fraudulent reporting."
"Apparently the district attorney's office has completely lost their minds," Geragos told the newspaper. "They are making scurrilous, libelous and defamatory statements and apparently have lost their ability to read their own reports."
Brown was serving five years of probation after pleading guilty to a felony count of assault in 2009 against his girlfriend, singer Rihanna. Part of his probation was to perform 180 days of community service in Virginia.
Both Geragos and the Los Angeles County district attorney's office did not respond to requests from TheWrap for comment.