Chris Brown Sued For Yet Another Senseless Incident

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chris brownBy Lechette Walker

Chris Brown was accused of attacking Malcolm Ausbon at a 24 hour fitness on July 29, 2013. Ausbon has just filed a lawsuit last week, suing the famous actor and singer, Brown for assault, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligence. Ausbon stated that he delayed filing the lawsuit because he was in private talks with Brown’s lawyers. The private negotiations failed to lead to a compromise provoking him to seek an official lawsuit.

Ausbon lawsuit explains that Brown and his entourage acted against him physically. He stated that it all started with an argument about a foul while playing basketball, which escalated to a violent word exchange.  The entourage said, “If you f— with Chris, you f— with us.”  Ausbon continued stating that they started to “strike, punch, kick, pull and stomp” him all over. He also acknowledged that while he was in the middle of the altercation with Brown and his entourage, Brown announced that he was a part of the Bloods street gang.

Brown representative explained to TMZ, “Chris is not affiliated with a gang or any similar organization. He is affiliated with the Symphonic Love Foundation and other organizations that strive to bring love, hope and the arts to children in need.”

After the alleged attacking, Ausbon is disclosing that he has a fractured rib, cuts and bruises all over his body. He furthermore claims that he is struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder, distorted vision, dizziness, nervousness, fear and anxiety.

“Imagine going to play a game of basketball, and you get jumped by four other guys because you called a foul,” stated Stephen Wegman, Ausbon’s lawyer.

He continued,” This isn’t for fame or fortune. He’s got medical bills and issues as a result of some famous guy thinking he’s above the law.”

Since Brown is currently on probation for the anger engaged attacking of Rihanna, it is interesting to see how the facts are revealed in this allegation. He will be back in court over his current probation on February 28.

Source: http://www.theguardian.com