Chris Brown is getting a stocking stuffer he didn't ask for after the singer was sued for allegedly stiffing the costume designer on his last tour.
According to documents filed in L.A. County, obtained by The Blast, Perry L. White claims he's owed $10,000 for the clothes he designed for Brown's last tour, "Heartbreak On a Full Moon."
White says the crooner, "has not paid me for wardrobe/clothing that I designed plus made for his tour." He also claims to have "contracts and receipts" to back up his claims.
Perry White's website touts him as a "celebrated and exclusive fashion designer" who has worked with celebrities like Queen Latifah, Macy Grey, Nicole Murphy and E.J. Johnson. He has also designed outfits for Prince, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube and LL Cool J.
In fact, when White was on tour with Brown earlier this year, he posted video from a performance to showcase the outfits.
Brown has had a rough few months of litigation in his life, from fights with his baby mama over child support, allegations of pushing drugs on women and his former manager accusing him of withholding information in their case.
Hopefully the singer asked Santa for some legal advice this year.