Chris Brown commended for his work at domestic violence centre
R&B sensation Chris Brown has been applauded for his charity work at a centre for domestic violence in Los Angeles.
The Jenesse Center, which is a non-profit organisation that helps abuse victims, welcomed Brown with open arms after he pleaded guilty to assaulting his then-girlfriend Rihanna back in 2009 and revealed in a statement that he's done some fantastic work with them.
Karen Earle, the boss at Jenesse, said: "It is our focus on family violence and its impact on youth that compelled us to open our hearts and our doors to Chris Brown and his mother, Joyce Hawkins. Chris and his mom have spent many quiet hours at our facilities, no cameras, no special attention or entourages - they just came to learn."
"Jenesse is thankful to Chris for spending time with our youth and celebrating the end of summer and returning back to school."
He won the Best Male Video prize at last night's MTV VMAs for his offering 'Turn Up The Music' and beat Drake to the title.
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