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A Los Angeles judge called Chris Brown into her courtroom today to make sure that he was really doing hard labor for his community service--stemming from his felony for assaulting Rihanna--in Virginia. Judge Patricia Schnegg had Brown and his lawyer Mark Geragos bring proof that the singer was getting dirty in his activities, which include "cleaning brush off Virginia highways," TMZ reported. In the end Judge Schnegg was comfortable with 32 days of hard labor and 17 out of 52 group sessions that Chris has completed. Read More: One Year Later for Chris Brown and RihannaChris Brown Quits TwitterChris Brown Vents Via TwitterChris Brown on '20/20': 'I Was Wrong'