Chris Brown was formally sentenced Tuesday to five years’ probation for the February assault of his then-girlfriend Rihanna.
The 20-year-old singer was also sentenced to six months of community labor in Virginia after he pleaded guilty in June to one count of felony assault against Rihanna, 21.
He will spend 1,400 hours removing graffiti and washing cars.
Brown’s six-month labor sentence will be supervised by the chief of police in Richmond, Va. “Brown’s labor hours will be flexible to accommodate his entertainment career,” according to DA spokeswoman Sandi Gibbons.
Brown has also been ordered not to contact Rihanna (including by phone or through a third person) for the next five years. He also must stay 100 yards from her, unless they are both at an entertainment-related event, in which he must stay 10 yards away.
In addition, Brown is subject to search and seizure 24/7 for the next five years and cannot own any dangerous weapon, including guns or knives, TMZ reports.