R&B singer Chris Brown may want to stay tucked away in rehab as new reports claim he has been sued to the tune of $3 million over a homophobic-infused altercation from last year.
Details of Chris Breezy’s latest lawsuit have started to circulate online this week.
Chris Brown is being sued by the guy who claims the rapper berated him with the words, “I ain’t down with that gay s***” and then beat him and broke his nose. Parker Adams claims in his new, $3 million lawsuit …. he was outside the W Hotel in D.C. last October when Brown went nuts on him. This is the same incident for which Brown is currently being prosecuted for misdemeanor assault. (TMZ)
Not one to go down without a legal fight, Brown has proclaimed his innocence in the case.
Brown has denied any misdeeds and we’re told he claims Adams was the aggressor, trying to strongarm his way on his tour bus. Adams is suing both Brown and Christopher Hollosy — Brown’s bodyguard. Adams wants $1 million from each of them for his injuries, and another $500K from each for punitive damages, to teach them a lesson. (TMZ)
A few weeks ago, Breezy received a lawsuit from a separate altercation.
The lawsuit is filed by Michael Ausbon, who claims that the altercation left him with serious problems and that is why he is filing the suit. According to the details provided by Ausbon in the lawsuit, he and the singer were playing basketball when Ausbon called a foul. Instead of playing by the rules, Brown threatened physical violence and even bragged about being the member of a street gang by the name of Bloods. (All Voices)
Recently, Brown turned down a plea deal in his Washington, DC assault case.
Chris Brown rejected a plea deal in Washington on Wednesday because he didn’t break a man’s nose near the White House last October, his lawyer told the Daily News. “It was rejected because he’s not guilty,” lawyer Mark Geragos said in an exclusive interview. “I’ve seen everything I need to see in this case, so absent prosecutors turning over video footage of [Brown] doing it, there’s little or no chance of any plea deal,” the prominent lawyer said. Geragos said investigators searched for surveillance video of the alleged sidewalk smackdown shortly after Brown’s arrest but came up empty-handed. (New York Daily News)