Chris Brown throws a girl and her phone right out of the VIP section of a club in Napoli, Italy, when he caught her trying to sneakily record a video of him. Apparently, Chris Brown has a strict no taping policy. This fan certainly found that out the hard way, as the R&B singer saw her taking the video, snatched her phone from her hands, and tossed it behind him across the floor of the nightclub. He then had the woman escorted out of VIP.
The 27-year-old has not had a good reputation with the ladies since the day Rihanna fans found out about his abusive behavior towards her. Since then, he has not had too much luck bringing his reputation back to where it had been. He has been known to be aggressive and hostile towards women, and by the looks of it, he is still up to his troublesome ways as his issues with nightclubs and women continue.
The man that Chris Brown had hired to restore his public image after the abuse scandal with Rihanna is now suing Brown for doing the same thing to him!
Just earlier this month, Brown’s now-former manager Mike Guirguis (aka Mike G) accused Brown of beating him so badly he had to be hospitalized. He claims the singer viciously attacked him and made him fear for his life.
Mike G is suing Brown for assault, false imprisonment, intention infliction of emotional distress, and breach of contract.
The manager stated that the R&B singer was high on drugs at the time of the attack. He has not made any public statements regarding the situation, but he did have his lawyer release a statement to the press.
“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.”
His own worst enemy he just may be. Chris was touring in Europe at the time that the statement was released, and he went onto Instagram to let all his followers know what was up.
“Ok, you knew it was coming….(expletive) is getting mad and filing lawsuits because I fired them because they’re stealing money! You’re stealing money, pal. So. You’re mad because you’re no longer existent. It’s all right. I’m going to keep pushing. God bless you. Wish you the best of luck.”
Days later, hip-hop mogul Suge Knight, who is currently in prison, pressed charges against Chris Brown. Knight has also sued fellow singer Pia Mia and the 1Oak nightclub in Los Angeles where he was shot seven times at a party they were hosting two years ago.
It's disappointing that we as a society can't have fun or enjoy ourselves without any altercations sometimes. Miss me with the bullshit!!!— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) August 24, 2014
And to add more fuel to the fire, Brown was exposed a few days later for lashing out at his former publicist via text message by sending a threatening, drug-fueled tirade against a former tour manager in a pair of separate incidents.
Both the publicist and the tour manager for Brown were women and both have since quit working for him following their disturbing run-ins with the star.
The singer’s body was featured in Kanye West’s shocking new music video for his song “Famous.” The video already has millions of views and is one of the most controversial music videos in history. A nude wax figure resembling Brown lay next to a nude wax figure of Rihanna. Along with the two of them, were 10 other prominent world figures, including Kanye and his wife Kim Kardashian West. Kanye also chose to include Kim’s ex Ray J and his ex Amber Rose.
Brown could have avoided all of this negative attention he’s getting from the media if he had just asked his bodyguard to confiscate the phone from the young woman. Instead, it is clear to see that Brown struggles with controlling his anger and rage. Even if the woman was being annoying, she is a fan, he should be appreciative. Fans can make or break a celebrity.
In the years since the Rihanna assault, Brown has continued to land in hot water, including a 2013 arrest for striking a man in Washington, D.C., which led to a stint in rehab. The singer, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and substance abuse complications during his stay, was later expelled from the program and spent a couple of months in jail.
It doesn’t look like Chris Brown will be hanging up his bad boy behavior any time soon. It’s coming up on almost a decade since Brown’s incident with Rihanna and not much has changed. Fans will not be surprised hearing the latest news of him throwing a girl out of VIP just for trying to get a picture.
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