Singer Chris Brown sued for 'stealing hat'

 

US singer Chris Brown preforms during an event.
US singer Chris Brown preforms during an event.

Los Angeles - In his lawsuit, the fan named Marq Stevenson claims that he was attending Brown's show in Dallas in 2015 when he gave his hat to one crew member to get it signed by the "Loyal" hitmaker, reports tmz.com.

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Published: Mon 30 May 2016, 5:00 PM

Last updated: Mon 30 May 2016, 7:37 PM

Singer Chris Brown is being reportedly sued by a fan who has accused him of stealing his hat at one of the concerts last year.
In his lawsuit, the fan named Marq Stevenson claims that he was attending Brown's show in Dallas in 2015 when he gave his hat to one crew member to get it signed by the "Loyal" hitmaker, reports tmz.com.
In the end, not only did he walk away without Brown's autograph, but he also failed to get his hat back. Instead, he claims that he got bullied by the 27-year-old star's crew.
Stevenson is now asking $25 from Brown for the stolen hat, $225 for the ticket to the show and $2,500 for suffering the bullying.
The news came days after Brown scored a major victory in his recent court battle against his former partner Nia Guzman, who said that he was unfit to care for their child because of his alleged drug use and gang affiliation.
A judge recently rejected Guzman's request to have Brown's visitation rights reduced and said that the couple should continue sharing joint custody of Royalty, their daughter who recently turned two.


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