Chris Brown’s Manager Sues Him, Claims Brutal Attack; Singer Replies
2016 hasn’t been easy for Chris Brown, and it is all thanks to the pile of legal woes popping up faster than the singer can breathe.
Yesterday, the singer was slammed with yet another lawsuit, this time from the same manager, Mike G who tried to redeem Breezy’s image after his domestic assault on Rihanna in 2009.
According to TMZ,
“Mike G claims he was hired in 2012 not only to change Brown’s image but to get him out of debt and off drugs. Mike G says he did well by Chris, who had a resurgence in popularity.
Things allegedly turned bad last month, but Mike G claims without provocation, Brown took him in a room, brutally attacked him with repeated punches to the face and neck, which landed him in the ER.
The lawsuit claims Brown, rather than being remorseful, began mocking Mike G on social media and bragging to friends about the beating. Mike G says Brown had the audacity to tell people working on his tour, if they got out of line he’d beat them just like he beat Mike G.
Mike G says Brown’s rage was drug-fueled and the suit mentions concern for retaliation from Brown’s “gang member friends.”
Mike G’s attorney, Patty Glaser, tells TMZ, “We did everything we could to resolve this in a non-public way to avoid damage to Chris Brown. Regrettably, as outlined in our complaint, Chris Brown has proven to be his own worst enemy.”
However Chris Brown has denied this claim.
According to the singer, he fired the manager for allegedly stealing from him. And the singer also shared a video to make his point and show that he isn’t scared of the aggrieved manager’s lawsuit.
Watch him here:
But Mike G is taking this stealing accusation seriously. In yet another statement confirmed by TMZ, he will be adding defamation claim to his lawsuit against the singer.
This really isn’t Breezy’s best year.
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