TMZ reported that on June 26, 2016, Chris Brown allegedly threw a woman’s cell phone over his shoulder while he was in of the VIP section of a club named Arenile in Napoli, Italy. It was presumed that Brown has a no taping policy. He claimed the Italian woman had no right to videotape him after his performance. Therefore, he tossed the phone and asked Arenile security to remove the woman from the VIP section.
This is the most recent event in a string of violent behavior exhibited by Brown. The violent behavior started years ago with Brown’s then-girlfriend Rihanna. “USA Today” previously explained Brown’s most recent manager Michael Guirguis, also known as Mike G, had sued the performer in May, for a vicious attack. The suit came after Guirguis quit the position because the assault which caused him to be hospitalized with numerous injuries.
The most recent event at Arenile did not involve Brown physically harming the woman, but it did result in him exhibiting violent behavior. The woman did not call the police or file any official paperwork because security retrieved her phone. At this time, it is unclear what repercussions will come from Brown’s actions since this was not the first violent outburst by the performer.
Written by Kristina Lasher
Edited by Cathy Milne
TMZ: CHRIS BROWN TOSSES GIRL & HER PHONE FROM VIP
USA Today: Chris Brown’s ex-manager sues, claims ‘brutal’ attack
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