Chris Brown was just hit with his second lawsuit in less than a week. This one also stems from an alleged violent altercation.
Parker Adams is suing Brown and his bodyguard, Christopher Hollosy, for beating him up outside of the W Hotel in Washington, D.C. last October.
The incident was reportedly sparked when Adams tried to photobomb a picture Brown was taking with 2 female fans. Adams says Brown told him, “I’m not into this gay sh*t, I’m into boxing,” before attacking him. Hollosy is accused of punching Adams as well.
Brown disputes Parker’s version of events. The “Deuces” hit maker claims Parker tried to board his tour bus without permission, leading to Hollosy having to take care of the problem.
Parker is suing Hollosy and Brown for $1 million dollars each for his injuries, and another $500K from each for punitive damages. Parker says he’s had to see a plastic surgeon and a breathing specialist as a result of the beating that left him with a broken nose.
As we previously reported, Breezy is also being sued by a man that claims the singer and three bodyguards jumped him during a basketball game at a 24-Hour Fitness in Hollywood last July.