Rihanna's ex-boyfriend Chris Brown seems to be in trouble again with the law. It is reported that the singer is being sued by his former manager Mike G for allegedly assaulting him.

Brown Allegedly on a Drug Fueled Rage

The artist is said to have assaulted and battered Mike G (real name is Michael M. Guirguis) in a drug-fueled rage. Brown's ex-manager claims that the Brown locked him in a room before he was struck several times in the face and neck. Therefore, he is taking the singer to court and has filed a lawsuit against the Grass Ain't Greener hit maker.

According to court documents, Nitevision Management's Mike G's lawsuit includes false imprisonment, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, breach of contract, and breach of implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, and assault. The incident allegedly happened on May 10 before the singer started his European tour.

Mike G's injuries required a trip to an emergency room. Afterward, it is said that Chris Brown even took to social media, "boasting" to his circle of friends about the incident.

Mike G’s Representatives Tried to Keep the Issue Quiet

The singer's former manager's representatives were doing their best to resolve the matter in a non-public way to avoid destroying Brown's reputation and image. One of Mike G's lawyers, Patty Glaser, says that it is regrettably outlined in the complaint that the artist is his own worst enemy.

Mike G's lawyers also declare that Chris Brown has a connection to alleged gang members, which is itself a hazard, and thus, the former manager does not feel safe working with him anymore.

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It is said that the assault was unprovoked, and unfortunately, it was just another attack in the singer's long history of violence and abusive behavior.

Abuse Allegations Nothing New to Chris Brown

It can be recalled that in 2009, the 27-year-old songwriter/singer pled guilty to assaulting his then-girlfriend Rihanna. Photos of Rihanna’s bruised and scarred face were picked up by the media, which led to Brown's bad reputation.

Meanwhile, in response to the lawsuit, Brown took to Instagram, saying that he fired Mike G because he was stealing money.

He adds that his former manager is just mad because of the firing. Upon hearing this statement, Mike G’s lawyers decided to add defamation of character to the lawsuit.

Brow hired Mike G in 2012 to be his manager and to help him restore his public image and revive his career. According to Mike G, he helped Chris Brown get out of debt and treat his substance abuse problems.

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