brown062612_11_230.jpgChris Brown's community service hours are under question after a prosecutor handling his felony assault case cited a possible discrepancy.

On Tuesday, Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray requested the audit due to the amount of hours Brown worked and where it was completed. The confusion comes from the fact that Brown has been allowed to complete six months' worth of work in his home state of Virginia and not in Los Angeles, where he was originally sentenced.

Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg stated Brown completed a significant amount of hours but never specified the amount. The judge revealed that part of the issue was that the court hadn’t received detailed logs of Brown’s community service. Logs were previously provided but not for any of his recent updates.

Brown’s attorney Pat Harris did not object to the audit due to the mix-up. The 23-year-old singer remains on probation for his beating his then-girlfriend Rihanna in February 2009 but has completed his domestic violence and anger management counseling.

Schnegg has scheduled Brown to appear at the next hearing, tentatively scheduled for Aug. 21.