Back, now, at 7:43 with the latest legal troubles for chris brown. He was in court wednesday with rihanna, by his side. And facing some big questions about whether he performed all of his community... See More
Back, now, at 7:43 with the latest legal troubles for chris brown. He was in court wednesday with rihanna, by his side. And facing some big questions about whether he performed all of his community service or skipped out on some of it. Abc's abbie boudreau has the story. Reporter: Chris brown, the bad boy of r&b, was back in a los angeles court wednesday, confronting his latest legal troubles after his admitted 2009 assault of off/on again girlfriend, pop star, rihanna, who surprisingly showed up to stand by her man. Reportedly, even blowing brown a kiss. In june 2009, after pleading guilty to beating his famous girlfriend, brown was sentenced to five years probation and more than 1,000 hours of community labor. Cleaning up trash and removing graffiti in virginia. Brown insists he did the work. But prosecutors say he didn't. And although not asking for jail time, want brown to perform the labor in l.A. With the victim present, public relations-wise, it looks good. But it also might signal an attempt to manipulate the judge. And any decision he makes with respect to the community service hours. Reporter: Prosecutors also question whether brown has truly overcome his anger managemen issues. Citing a reported recent parking lot brawl with singer frank ocean. Brown's lawyer denies all the allegat allegations. I've never had a client who has been tortured by a d.A.'S office, on probation, like chris brown has. Reporter: Meantime, rihanna says she no longer feels brown is a danger. The singer now tells "rolling stone" the couple's reconciliation is nobody's business. Rihanna explained, quote, i wasn't going to let anybody's opinion get in the way of that. Even if it's a mistake, it's my mistake. As for whether brown made his own mistakes on probation, he won't face that music until he returns to court in april. For "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles.
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