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Singer Gets A New Job, Not Music

Brown just scored a full-time job in a court room! When will he make music, have sex or host parties in clubs?

It's about time we see some of Chris Brown's other talents – excluding music and graffiti – and a Los Angeles court is handing him that opportunity.

The "New Flame" singer was in court yesterday Thursday with his lawyer, Mark Geragos for a progress report in the 2009 Rihanna-beating case where his community labour was increased to 4 days a week.

According to the judge, this is to help him complete the punishment by January 2015.

TMZ reports that a typically community labor session lasts for around 8 hrs/day - and at 4 days a week – we're talking about having a full-time job for four working days in a week! Damn!

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Meanwhile, Brown's therapist alleged the judge via a letter praising the singer on his progress adding that he's also following his "medication management."

However, Breezy was booked for violating his probation again – for speeding recently.

Note that if the singer is booked for any crime while on probation in the Rihanna case, he will head to jail – for real!

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