The Blast acquired documents granting Heitner the motion to withdraw from representing Brown any further in a legal battle against his former landlord.
Last month, Heitner filed documents requesting that the Florida judge permit him to drop Brown, claiming he was basically impossible to represent.
The documents claim that Brown refused to pay his legal bills and would block Heitner’s calls and texts so that he could not reach him.
The lawsuit stems from an incident last year where the landlord Vladimir Kirsanov and Aqualina 1402 LLC sued Brown on claims that he damaged his $7 million Miami condo, according to The Blast.
Kirsanov alleges that Brown refused to pay for the damages done, so he had to spend a massive amount of money to fix up the luxurious oceanfront rental property.
Brown has since denied these allegations and countersued both parties.
The other lawsuit Brown is currently facing is against his child’s mother, Chelsie Kyriss.
Brown accused Chelsie of trying to steal his Bentley from his home, which led to a big disagreement at Brown’s home, where he’s trying to evict Chelsie.
After police arrived to the scene, the two continued to argue and exchange foul words, with Brown using slurs against Chelsie. She ultimately ended up being driven away by law enforcement, The Blast reports.