Earlier today, the L.A. County District Attorney filed documents saying that Chris Brown violated his probation, because they feel they have evidence that shows he had been submitting fake community service records with the help of the police and mayor in his hometown signing off on them. They D.A. listed other things as well as proof of probation violation, like the recent fight with Frank Ocean, his GMA incident a couple summers ago and more. Of course Chris and his lawyer have something to say on the matter. Their response is below.
Chris’ lawyer Mark Geragos sent out a response, saying the motion to revoke Chris’ probation is “shameful and a disgrace.” In a statement to the AP, he said he believes the motion is defamatory and that “it calls everyone a liar in the Richmond Police Department and the Virginia Probation Department.”
He plans to seek sanctions from the District Attorney’s Office for filing a “frivolous, scurrilous and frankly defamatory motion.”