Brown's former tour manager claims that he verbally assaulted her and threatened her with violence, leading her to quit. Her story comes soon after Brown was sued by another employee, former manager Mike G, for an alleged physical assault.
More troubling allegations have been brought forth against Chris Brown. Just days after his former manager, Mike G, filed a lawsuit against Brown for allegedly beating him and sending him to the hospital, Brown has been accused of threatening his former tour manager, a woman named Nancy Ghosh, who has worked with stars like Kanye West, J. Lo, and Justin Bieber. Ghosh claims that a dispute over her terms of employment caused Brown to verbally attack her to the point that she ran off the bus and immediately renounced him as her client. The incident took place on May 23, reports TMZ, during Brown's European tour.
In an email that Ghosh allegedly sent to Brown's team, she reported that Brown had been "irrational and high on drugs" throughout his tour, implying that he was intoxicated during his verbal rampage. She claimed that she felt unsafe while on the tour bus with him, and she also accused Brown of mentioning his alleged assault of Mike G during his tirade against her -- apparently threatening her with the same type of physical violence. Mike G also claimed that Brown was on drugs when his beating took place.
It's unclear what type of legal action Ghosh is pursuing against Brown, though TMZ reports that another employee of Brown's, a production manager on his European tour, has enlisted a lawyer to possibly bring forth similar allegations of verbal abuse against the singer.
Shortly after news of Mike G's lawsuit broke, Brown went on his Instagram to laugh off the story. His video posts have since been deleted, and he has not yet addressed the more recent accusations of abuse from Ghosh.