Fail: Chris Brown Accused of ‘Faking’ Community Service, Attorney Files Motion

Did Chris Brown fake community service, presenting hours that he did not work? According to Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey, Brown has failed to present "credible, competent or verifiable" evidence of completing the court ordered service.

In documents made public via the Los Angeles Times, prosecutors say there are "significant discrepancies" when it comes to the hours Brown "worked" as part of his sentence for assaulting Rihanna in 2009.

Filing a motion this week, Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray is asking that Judge Patricia Schnegg decline to accept Brown's documentation, which was described as "sloppy and at worst, fraudulent" in the 19-page motion.

While Chris Brown is not being charged with violating terms of his probation,he could be sent to jail for failing to complete the terms of his sentence.

As of September, Chris Brown had 120 hours of community service remaining.

In related news, prosecutors have closed a possible case stemming from Chris Brown's fight with Frank Ocean last week. Ocean declined to press charges…