Chris Brown’s former manager reportedly wants him to be sanctioned because the singer is allegedly refusing to hand over records from his previous drug tests.
According to The Blast, Brown’s former manager Mike Guirguis filed documents on November 29th accusing him of ignoring requests to hand over documents and information in their ongoing lawsuit.
Guirguis sued Brown back in 2016 and accused him of “false imprisonment, assault, battery, defamation, and breach of contract.” Guirguis had been added to Brown’s team to help fix his image following the incident involving Rihanna.
Guirguis claims he served Chris with document requests months ago, but claims he has not received not one document. The documents that he is looking to obtain include, a number of drug tests Brown took back in 2016.
He reportedly thinks the test results could support his claim that Brown mistreated him. He is reportedly also looking for documents relating to Brown’s anger management treatments and lists of prescription medicines the singer took between May 1st -May 10th, 2016.
Brown has repeatedly denied Guirguis’ allegations against him and also accused him of stealing money. Guirguis has also added defamation to his claim after Brown claims he stole.
A judge has yet to respond to Guirguis’ request, but he is looking for Brown to be sanctioned of $3,825 for the delay on producing the records.
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