Chris Brown & His Bodyguard Sued For $3 Million By Washington, D.C. Assault Victim
Chris Brown was just hit with his second lawsuit in less than a week.
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 is telling a different story. He 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.