So Chris Brown Lied About Doing Community Service [Sugar Binge]

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Chris Brown

Chris Brown lied about completing his community service. I get the whole, “it’s not fair to stigmatize him for life, he only made one mistake,” argument, if Chris showed any remorse or any effort to be a better human being. He never, ever does. He continues to be violent, unapologetic and straight up douchey. Basically, Chris maneuvered his way out of having to do any community service and all of the documents saying that his service was completed were fraudulent. Not only has Chris failed you, the police department has.

TMZ reports, “Bryan T. Norwood, the Chief of Police in Richmond, VA., wrote a letter to the judge on September 14, claiming Brown successfully completed 202 days of community service — he was only required to perform 180.  According to legal docs obtained by TMZ … the Richmond P.D. admits they only supervised Brown on 9 or 10 occasions and on all other dates he was not supervised by anyone. And get this … the detective who had been assigned to oversee Brown’s community service was told she did not have to continue monitoring at the Children’s Center. “

A conspiracy to prevent Chris from learning a lesson, building character and paying penance.

• There was another shooting in Denver, Colorado.

• Tumblr famous, indie pop singer Grimes deleted her Tumblr. Sadface.

• Fox News is accusing Hillary Clinton of getting plastic surgery because her knew website features a flattering, photoshopped picture of herself. I love Fox News because I hate it.

• The L.A. archdiocese is in debt because they had to give hundreds of millions of dollars to victims of molestation perpetrated by priests. My pearls are officially clutched

“The Los Angeles Archdiocese released 12,000 pages of internal files on priests accused of sexually abusing children. This was supposed to complete the terms of the settlement they signed with victims six years ago (one that gave $660 million to more than 500 victims). However, many of the victims are claiming the files are largely incomplete and purposefully manipulated. The archdiocese is now considering a $200 million fundraising campaign. They’re $80 million in debt, and they’re still paying back a $175 million loan they received to pay victims in the civil settlement.”

Religious or not, it’s OK to not trust the men who run your church.

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