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Chris Brown Ordered to Pay Ex-Manager for Refusing to Turn Over Drug Test Results

By TheBlast Staff

Chris Brown has been ordered to pay up to his former manager after a judge hit him with sanctions for refusing to turn over documents, including drug test results, as part of their ongoing legal battle.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a Los Angeles judge granted Mike Guirguis' motion seeking to have Brown sanctioned for not turning over key evidence in the lawsuit he brought against the singer.

The judge sided with Brown’s former manager but did not award him the full amount being sought. Mike G asked for $3,825 but the judge ordered the singer to pay $1,760.

He also ordered Brown to turn over all documents and information that Mike G. has been trying to get from him in the case.

The documents Mike G has demanded the singer turn over include any docs related to Chris Brown's claim he stole money from him, all documents relating to drug tests Brown took in 2016, including copies of test results — including an analysis of a biological specimen for example urine, hair, blood, breath, sweat and/or oral fluid/saliva — and documents about his Instagram deleted posts.

Further, he is seeking all documents Brown has in regard to any felonies for assault and battery he has been convicted for in past 10 years, all restraining orders he has been hit with, and documents relating to anger management treatments and courses he took.

Mike G also wants answers on what prescription medicines he took between May 1 to May 10, 2016.

Back in 2016, Mike G sued Brown accusing him of false imprisonment, assault, battery, defamation, and breach of contract.

He claims he was hired in 2012 — following the Rihanna situation — and was brought in to repair Brown's image, get him out of debt and get him clean off drugs.

He claimed Brown, without provocation, attacked him in early 2016, and it was so bad he had to be hospitalized.

Chris Brown later took to social media to accuse Mike G of stealing money, which the manager denied.

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