Murray stated in her filing that the police report on Brown’s service was “at best sloppy documentation and at worst fraudulent reporting.”
No one from Virginia’s probation department oversaw Brown’s hours, prosecutors said.
The motion noted that the only records the department has to indicate that Brown was supervised were officers’ overtime sheets. Five of 21 days that officers logged overtime for Brown were spent providing security for the singer’s concerts.
The allegations are the latest pre-Grammy controversy for Brown, who was arrested shortly after the 2009 ceremony for his attack on Rihanna. He has since returned to the awards show by performing and winning an award in 2011 for his album “F.A.M.E.”
Brown and Ocean are competing against one other for the Best Urban Contemporary Album category at Sunday’s Grammys.
AP writers Anthony McCartney and Ryan Pearson contributed to this report.