The legal battle between Chris Brown and his former manager Mike Guirguis has seemingly come to a close after Chris has been ordered to pay Mike $1,760, The Blast  reports. Mike was first hired in 2012 to help Chris rebuild his reputation after he attacked Rihanna. Mike claims that Chris attacked him in 2016 and left him hospitalized, where Chris later took to social media to accuse him of stealing. 

When Mike first went after Chris he requested all documents relating to evidence that he stole money and  "all documents relating to drug tests Brown took in 2016, including copies of test results — including an analysis of a biological specimen for example urine, hair, blood, breath, sweat and/or oral fluid/saliva — and documents about his Instagram deleted posts."

According to the publication, Mike initially asked for $3,825 but the judge only awarded him $1,760.

In other Chris news, he recently made history with his new record deal after signing with RCA Records on a term that allows him to own all of his masters, making him the youngest artist to have such a benefit. 

"This new deal structure between Brown and RCA Records, will undoubtedly enhance the release of new Chris Brown music, content, and much more throughout 2019 and beyond," RCA said of the deal.