Chris Brown Starts Trash Duty as Community Labor
Chris Brown posted pictures of himself on trash duty he was ordered to perform as community labor as part of his felony assault plea deal.
Though police in Richmond, Va., tried to keep quiet the details of the 20-year-old's community service, Brown released some of them himself. He tweeted Wednesday morning: "on my way to community service..."
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He also additionally sent out the pictures, tweeting, "Check out my outfit." The fashion-conscious pop star wore a T-shirt under a government—issued pinkish-orange work vest with fluorescent yellow stripes.
Brown will also clean graffiti, pick up roadside litter and wash police cruisers during his six months of community labor. He was also ordered to keep his distance from Rihanna. Brown pleaded guilty in June to beating his ex-girlfriend in February after a pre-Grammy Awards party.