Judge Demands More Details On Brown’s Neighbour Dispute

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August 26, 2011 | 4:15am EST

A judge has asked Chris Brown’s probation officers to hand over more details about his ongoing dispute with neighbours at his West Hollywood apartment block.
Residents at the building have complained the Kiss Kiss star makes too much noise, vandalises property and uses a disabled parking space.

The singer hit back at their claims, insisting he was victimised by his neighbours and that the building’s management allocated the parking space to him. He also accused residents of calling parking enforcement officers “every day” so that he was slapped with $15,000 worth of tickets.

In a hearing on Thursday, Los Angeles Superior Court judge Patricia Schnegg asked for more information on the dispute to discover if the conflict affects the conditions of his probation stemming from his 2009 attack on ex-girlfriend Rihanna.

The details of the dispute will be brought before Judge Schnegg in Brown’s probation review on 12 October.