Chris Brown who is still being supervised for a felony assault since beating up Rihanna in 2009 - has been ordered to return to court to update the judge on his progress after his European tour which kicks off later this month.
In September, Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg questioned the validity of records from officials in Brown's home state of Virginia - which stated that the singer had completed his required six months of community labor - calling the documents ''somewhat cryptic."
The judge did not address questions relating to his community service at yesterday's hearing - which the 23-year-old attended with his lawyer just hours after he was spotted with Rihanna at her Halloween bash in Hollywood wearing a terrorist
A prosecutor said a report filed for the latest hearing did not provide any additional details about Chris's community service as previously requested by the court.
During the hearing Chris was told not to speak by his lawyer, who according to gossip website TMZ.com, was overheard telling him: "I don't dance, you don't talk."
Chris is scheduled to begin a large tour that spans several countries in Europe and South Africa on November 14 and will appear back in court on January 17, 2013.