Steven J. Dorn, who once managed Bryson, has reportedly launched a lawsuit looking for money he claims he's owed.
Bryson Tiller has had a great deal of success since 2015, but his former manager, Steven J. Dorn, has been cut out of the profit. According to a report from TMZ, Dorn claims that he was pushed out of the picture by Tiller's lawyer 2 years ago, which means that he and Bryson's previous agreements were not honored.
According to the documents, Dorn covered the singer's "living expenses, child support payments, car insurance and secured recording facilities for him." He claims that he was entitled to reimbursement for those costs and that Bryson had agreed to split "future income" evenly with him.
Tiller is not actually named in the lawsuit, so it seems he is not being held accountable for any of this. The singer's hit single "Exchange" is nominated for Best R&B Song at the 2017 Grammys, which will take place this Sunday, February 12th.