R&B sensation Chris Brown finds himself embroiled in legal issues.
According to reports, he is now confronted with a fresh lawsuit stemming from a violent altercation at a London nightclub.
Chris Brown is being accused of causing severe injuries to a man during this incident, which resulted in the individual being hospitalized.
In this particular case, the plaintiff identified as Abe Diaw claims that Brown assaulted him at England’s TAPE nightclub.
The alleged incident occurred in February, and as per the lawsuit, it involved Brown utilizing a bottle of Don Julio 1942 tequila as a weapon.
Diaw contends that Brown mercilessly struck him with this bottle, inflicting significant damage.
This troubling claim only adds to the mounting legal problems that Brown has encountered in recent times.
Furthermore, this latest lawsuit comes in the wake of several other legal challenges for the artist. Notably, there’s a bizarre case concerning a loan from a bank that was allegedly used to purchase two Popeyes Chicken locations.
City National Bank filed this lawsuit in California, where Brown resides, alleging that the loan involved multiple individuals, including songwriter The-Dream.
The suit states that as of February 17, 2023, there remains a substantial unpaid balance of $2,140,901.74 in principal and interest.
Moreover, the bank has been seeking repayment since 2018.