This is Chris Brown and his team coming out of court yesterday, looking like the Mexican Cartel. Anyways, the court date for Breezy’s sentencing has been delayed:
A Los Angeles judge postponed sentencing singer Chris Brown on Wednesday, saying she wants documents guaranteeing he’ll do…
… roadside cleanup or other hard labor for beating up Rihanna. Judge Patricia Schnegg told the R&B star that she doesn’t want him doing easy community service but rather 1,400 hours of “community labor” for smacking around his ex-girlfriend. “I do not favor community service,” said Schnegg, explaining that she wants to see Brown, 20, outdoors picking up trash or cleaning up graffiti.
Brown pleaded guilty June 22 to assaulting Rihanna, 21, after they left a pre-Grammy gala in Los Angeles on Feb. 8. Instead of jail time, Brown plea bargained for five years’ probation, 180 days of community labor and 52 weeks of domestic violence counseling. Schnegg agreed to allow the “Forever” and “Kiss Kiss” recording artist to do his community labor in Virginia, where he lives. The judge told Brown she was delaying his sentencing to Aug. 27 because she had yet to receive documents from the State of Virginia specifying the type of community labor he’ll be assigned.
Dressed in a pink shirt and a charcoal-colored suit, Brown answered “Yeah” when asked if he agreed to the postponement. Rihanna’s lawyer, Donald Etra, appeared at the hearing to ask the court to ditch an order of protection barring Brown from coming within 50 yards of Rihanna. Etra did not get a chance to make the request Wednesday. “We were obviously hoping that all proceedings would be concluded today. We’re just going to have to wait until Aug. 27,” said Etra, adding that Rihanna “is doing great.”
Yeah, she is sprung on Chris.