Chris Brown is in the news for legal trouble yet again. Today (June 23), TMZ reports that Brown is being sued by his manager for assault.

Breezy's manager, Mike G, claims that Brown beat him up about a month ago. Mike G is seeking damages for the alleged incident, though the exact amount of money is still unknown.

According to TMZ, Brown hired Mike G in 2012 to help rehabilitate his image after he assaulted pop star and one-time girlfriend, Rihanna. Brown apparently also hired Mike G to help him get off drugs and out of debt.

Now, Mike G is claiming that Brown led him into a room and, without provocation, punched him repeatedly in the face and neck. The lawsuit states that Breezy began to mock Mike G on social media and bragged to friends about the incident. Mike G also says that the beating was drug-fueled, and he adds that he's worried about another attack from one of Breezy's "gang member friends." The manager claims that Brown threatened other people on the team and told them they’d end up like Mike G if they did something he didn't like.

Mike G's lawyer tells TMZ, "We did everything we could to resolve this in a non-public way to avoid damage to Chris Brown. Regrettably, as outlined in our complaint, Chris Brown has proven to be his own worst enemy."

The news comes just three weeks after the Virginia artist stomped somebody's head at a France night club.

In music-related Chris Brown news, he's currently prepping a forthcoming album, Heartbreak on a Full Moon. Keep it locked to XXL as more information surfaces about this incident.

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