Chris Brown’s former manager wants singer sanctioned in ongoing legal battle

Chris Brown’s former manager has urged lawmakers to sanction the singer for allegedly refusing to hand over records from his past drug tests.
Mike Guirguis has accused the star of blowing off requests to hand over documents and information in their ongoing lawsuit, according to TMZ.
He initially sued Brown in 2016, accusing the singer of false imprisonment, assault, battery, defamation and breach of contract seven years after he was hired to help repair his image following his attack on Rihanna in 2009.
He claims he served Brown with requests for the documents several months ago and still hasn’t received them.
He is particularly interested in a series of drug test results he claims Brown took in 2016, which he hopes will prove the singer mistreated him.
He maintains they will show the star was seeking anger management treatment.
Brown has denied his former manager’s allegations, accusing Guirguis of stealing money from him, which prompted the original plaintiff to add defamation to his complaint.