Nearly six years after beating then-girlfriend Rihanna, Chris Brown is nearing the end of his probation for the assault case.
According to TMZ, Breezy has spent the last six weeks putting in six hours a day of hard labor for five days a week, as he completes his 1,000 hours of community service ahead of his next court hearing in January.
Brown, who plead guilty to felony assault after the 2009 attack on the eve of the Grammy Awards, has been working full-time on completing his hours since November 13.
Chris’ community service in the Rihanna case requires hard labor, and we’re told he’s working at a facility approved by the Probation Dept., painting, cleaning, trash removal, moving furniture … stuff like that.
Last Friday Chris put his 6 hours in and then jumped on a plane to Jacksonville, FL where he performed that night at the Memorial Arena. He then flew to Columbia, South Carolina for a Saturday show, then on to Birmingham, AL for a Sunday performance. He took a private jet back to L.A. for hard labor Monday.
And we’re told … he hasn’t complained or acted up.
Our sources say he’s on track to tell the judge during the next court appearance … mission accomplished.
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