Chris Brown allegedly doesn't want any slip-ups from his security or dancers on his "One Hell Of A Nite" tour.
Chris Brown wants joint-custody of his daughter, Royalty, but he knows anything that happens between now and his custody hearing in 2 weeks can be used against him. According to TMZ, the singer is taking action on his "One Hell Of A Nite" tour, tightening things up so there are no incidents that could compromise his case.
The gossip site reports that Brown has hired 5 bodyguards to be by his side for the remainder of the tour, with one designated to jewelry and money-watch exclusively.
Other changes will include a more strict backstage policy, where only those who know Brown personally will be granted entrance. His dancers and entourage have apparently also been warned that they will be sent home if they cause any trouble.
This could be Brown's way of ensuring that an event like the recent robbery of his home doesn't happen again -- something that will surely be brought up in court.