Chris Brown legal troubles continues to pile up. This time a fan is suing the singer for jacking a hat at a concert.
Marq Stevenson filed a lawsuit against Breezy demanding that the “New Flames” singer compensate him $2750 for his troubles, TMZ reported.
Stevenson says that while he was attending Brown’s concert in Dallas last year he passed his hat to one of his handlers to get an autograph. He said that he never get the autograph and never received his hat back. He also claimed that Chris Brown’s crew bullied him.
In his lawsuit, he is gunning for $2,500 for the bullying, $225 for his tickets to the concert and $25 for the hat.
Something tells us that Chris Brown’s lawyers will make an example out of him.