chris-brown-community-service-640x360*Singer Chris Brown found himself back in court and it ended with the judge giving him 1,000 more hours of community service.

The additional hours were issued after the L.A. Country D.A. accused Brown of fudging his records. The D.A. believes that Brown submitted fake community service reports and violated his probation in the domestic abuse case with Rihanna. He accused brown of being on a private jet in Cancun when he was supposed to be picking up trash.

Brown’s probation was revoked last month after hit-and-run allegations but was reinstated on the condition that he completes the additional 1,000 hours of community service.

Last time, Brown was allowed to complete the hours in his hometown of Virginia, but now the judge ordered that L.A. County officials supervise the service.

He can choose between Caltrans (aka highway cleanup), beach cleanup, probation alternative work services (PAWS), or graffiti removal.

Brown must also report to a probation officer within the next 48 hours.