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Rapper Chris Brown is under fire for allegedly filing false community service documents at the Virginia Police dept. who supported the faux hours completed.
Although Brown’s most recent court appearance was moved so the DA could gather evidence, Virginia Police Chief Bryan Norwood has since resigned.
Norwood, who signed off on Brown’s community service hours, resigned this week, TMZ reports. The former Chief also wrote a letter on behalf of Brown stating that he did perform the documented hours which he was sentenced following the beating of his on again girlfriend, Rihanna, in 2009.
The Mayor of Richmond states that the office and the Chief reached a “mutual agreement,” noting that Norwood is looking into working down in North Carolina and that the Brown scandal only furthered his desire to move on.
As we previously reported, the DA is accusing the young musician for falsely stating he did community service hours when he was clearly elsewhere. Brown claimed to have been picking up trash in VA when he was documented to have been on a plane heading to Cancun, Mexico during the same time.
The D.A. called Brown’s hours "at best sloppy ... and at worst fraudulent reporting."
Brown was seen in court last week with Rihanna by his side. He is expected to appear back in court in April.