Singer Chris Brown is being sued again, this time for allegedly stealing a fan’s hat during a concert. The now cap-less fan reckons the hat is worth over USD$2,000 for some strange reason, though.
As TMZ reports, Marq Stevenson, who attended Brown’s concert in Dallas, Texas last year, has filed a lawsuit against Brown for a hat which he supposedly failed to return.
According to Stevenson, he passed his cap to one of Brown’s crew at the Dallas concert, to see if the singer would autograph it. Brown allegedly didn’t sign the hat, which was supposedly kept by his crew, who also bullied Stevenson in the process.
Stevenson believes his hat was stolen, so he wants USD$25 compensation for it, as well as USD$225 for his floor seat ticket to Brown’s Dallas show and another USD$2,500 for the alleged bullying. Apparently he is no longer keen on getting Brown’s autograph though, and honestly, why would anyone be?
Elsewhere in the world of impending lawsuits against Chris Brown, the Snapbacks Back singer saw his tour promoter Castor & Ford Agency hit with a multi-million dollar lawsuit earlier this year after his 2015 Australian tour was cancelled following public backlash over his record of domestic violence.
While we wait for the next lawsuit against Chris Brown, here are some of his ~inspirational~ recent Instagram posts, which give us a deep insight into the man behind the (allegedly) stolen hat: