The singer donated the money in 2005. Three years later, he exchanged emails with Moore after the hospital president wrote saying the money would be used to help fund new construction, Brooks said.
"As nicely as I can, I'm trying to give him an opportunity to say why he's spending the money and there's no women's center going up," Brooks testified.
Brooks said he sent his accountant to investigate, but that nothing came from the ongoing correspondence.
By March 2009, he'd asked the hospital to either refund his money or give it to another charity. In September 2009, Brooks sued.
"I thought this was going to be mom's chance to bring a women's center to my hometown," Brooks testified.
Brooks' accountant, Cheryl Harris, testified earlier Friday that she wasn't aware of any conditions on Brooks' donation, which was listed as a tax deduction. Asked by Integris lawyer Terry Thomas how she believed the money would be used, she said, "He didn't receive anything physical."