Chris Brown was scheduled to be sentenced by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Patricia M. Schnegg today, however, it has been postponed as the Judge finalizes the details – to ensure the singer doesn’t end up with a soft community service sentence.
As part of his plea deal, Brown was ordered five years of probation, enrollment in a domestic violence counseling program, and 180 days in a labor program in his home state of Virginia.
The judge reportedly wants to make sure Brown carries out actual labor as part of his sentence, and not just community service.
There were rumors that changes could be made to Brown’s restraining order, which requires him to stay at least 50 yards away from Rihanna at all times – except at industry events, in which case he must stay at least 10 yards away.
However, Rihanna’s attorney Donald Etra says in a statement to Hollyscoop, “A level one order is sufficient for my client. The order will require Chris to not molest, annoy, or harass Rihanna. Since the inception of the case, we’ve always believed that that’s the only order required.”
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