LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A California judge says Chris Brown must return to court to update her on the progress of his probation after he completes an overseas tour.
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Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg did not address questions raised at a previous hearing about whether the R&B singer had completed the terms of his community labor sentence.
A prosecutor said a report filed for Thursday's hearing did not add additional details about Brown's service as previously requested by the court.
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Brown remains on supervised probation for felony assault for an attack on Rihanna in 2009. He is scheduled to return to court Jan. 17.
In September, officials in Brown's home state of Virginia reported that the singer completed six months of community labor, but the judge called those records "somewhat cryptic" at the time.
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