LOS ANGELES (AP) - A review of Chris Brown's community service records shows the R&B singer spent a third of his time cleaning, painting and scrubbing a rural Virginia daycare center where he attended as a child and his mother once served as director.
Brown's labor - his sentence in the 2009 beating of then-girlfriend Rihanna - is under scrutiny by a judge and prosecutors in Los Angeles, where he remains on felony probation.
An analysis shows Brown's community labor credits dramatically increased in the past seven months, with the Grammy-winning artist working double shifts. He has kept a high profile as well, performing at awards shows and releasing a new album.
The administrator of the daycare says Brown only worked on nights and weekends and described his work favorably.
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