The controversial Chris Brown has been recently sentenced to 180 days of community labor and five years probation for beating up former girlfriend Rihanna.
The R&B singer appeared at a Los Angeles court recently to be sentenced after pleading guilty to felony assault.
The judge delayed sentencing to wait for details of exactly what kind of hard labor Brown would do in his home state of Virginia.
Brown was informed that he would be personally supervised by the Richmond chief of police as he completes tasks like picking up litter, graffiti removal and washing cars.
Brown must be able to complete a 52-week domestic violence program and must personally go to court every three months during his probation.
A protective order indicates he cannot go within 100 yards of Rihanna, unless they are at an entertainment event, when he must stay 10 yards from her.
Patricia Schnegg, who is the Los Angeles Superior Court Judge, revealed that she was aware of reports that Brown had been spotted on several occasions in the same places as Rihanna.
The judge told the singer: “I am not amused with the chatter that has been on the airwaves and any violation of your probation in this case comes with the potential for state prison.”
Brown and Rihanna’s infamous bust-up happened after they left a pre-Grammy awards party in February.
The couple argued as Brown drove them in a hired Lamborghini, with Rihanna snatching the car keys and throwing them out of the window.
Rihanna told police Brown put his hands around her neck and told her: ‘I’m going to kill you!’
A police report described how Rihanna lost consciousness and woke up to find Brown had fled the scene.
There are leaked police photographs showed Rihanna with a black eye and badly swollen face.