The 24-year-old singer walked into the LA court house on Brown’s arm today, sitting behind his legal team, then left in the same car afterwards, the Mirror reported.
The case was adjourned with the judge wanting to see more evidence that Brown had fiddled with the amount of hours service he has completed since being sentenced for battering Rihanna in 2009.
Prosecutors were asking the judge to order Brown to redo his community service due to significant discrepancies in records submitted to a court.
Police in Richmond, Virginia submitted paperwork last year indicating that the 23-year-old singer had completed his sentence on tasks like graffiti removal and roadside cleanup.
However, the logs showed he performed double shifts in the city and at a day care centre where his mother once worked.
He logged 701 hours in seven months - an amount that had previously taken him more than two years to achieve.