Chris Brown was reportedly kicked out of a vacation home in Ibiza after the landlord went to police with a complaint that the singer had completely destroyed the property. According to TMZ, the police report also notes that the house was trashed with knives that had been thrown at the walls. On top of that, the report claims that there was vomit everywhere and that someone even peed the bed.
The police first got involved on the scene because Brown was allegedly in the house after his scheduled departure time so officers were called to help clear the residence. Now, all that is left to settle is the cost, which means Brown and his housemates could owe thousands for damages on top of the house's usual $26,000 rent. The landlord is seeking around $60,000 to cover all the damage that was done.
Brown has had no shortage of troubles lately, including a lot of backlash from members, or former members, of his team. Chris Brown's manager, Mike G, is suing Brown after receiving a brutal beating that landed him in the hospital. Back in May, Brown's female tour manager quit on the spot after a verbal and drug-fueled tirade from Brown left her feeling unsafe. His publicist, Nicole Perna, no longer represents the rapper either, which Brown took to Instagram to address. "ALL OF THESE PEOPLE WHO ARE CLAIMING TO BE MY 'TEAM,' are apart of MIKE Gs TEAM," he wrote. "They all were fired on different occasions. IMMATURE AAND UNPROFESSIONAL HOW THEY ARE CHOOSING TO HANDLE SHIT. NO FUCKIN NEED FOR ME TO HASH OUT ANY SPECIFIC DETAILS, just know people will run up a check and do no work, or even care, THEN ITS YOUR FAULT WHEN U CALL THEM ON IT OR EVEN ASK???UTA HAS BEEN AMAZING, SO HAS LIVE NATION ALONG WITH RCA, ETC….."
On top of everything else, Suge Knight filed a lawsuit against Brown for the 2014 shooting at an L.A. club where he was shot several times during a party that was being hosted by Brown.
Brown has not responded to the latest allegations yet, but we'll let you know if he does.