A California judge has ruled against Chris Brown in the ongoing legal battle with his former manager, Mike Guirguis.
In court documents obtained by The Blast, the L.A. judge hit Brown with sanctions over his refusal to turn over drug test results, as part of the pair’s legal battle over an alleged assault that occurred in 2016.
While Guirguis demanded $3,825 in the motion, the judge only ordered the singer to pay $1,760. In addition, the judge instructed Brown to turn over all documents requested in the case, including any related to Brown’s theft claim, which came after Guirguis sued for the alleged attack, all documents related to Brown’s drug history in 2016 and any documents about his deleted Instagram posts.
Guirguis is also asking for documents in regards to Brown’s criminal history over the last 10 years, restraining orders and documents related to his anger management treatment and courses, the publication reports.
In the meantime, the case, in which Guirguis claimed Brown attacked him without provocation, is still ongoing.