Chris Brown just scored a major win in court. Brown's ex-manager was seeking over a million in assets, but a judge denied the request earlier this week.
According to XXL Mag, Brown's former manager, Michael Guirguis, or Mike G, first decided to sue Brown after the rapper allegedly physically assaulted him last spring. Guirguis also accused Brown of breaching their contract and defaming him and his company, Nitevision Management, accusing Chris of accusing him of stealing for various Instagram videos.
Guirguis and his legal team were seeking $1.5 million in assets to cover "commissions owed for personal services" and stated that Nitevision Management would suffer "great or irreparable injury" if Brown didn't pay up. Reportedly, Guirguis was concerned that Brown's "financially unsound" behavior would result in the rapper being unable to pay back the debt Guirguis felt he was owed.
"I have worked with Brown since 2012 and have seen firsthand Brown's lavish spending habits," Guirguis said in a sworn statement.
However, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James Chalfant rejected Guirguis' motion on Tuesday, Encino Patch reports, thereby putting an end to the case. The rapper has yet to comment on his recent victory.
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