Chris Brown Reportedly Drugged & Out Of Control Since Manager Quit

Chris Brown Reportedly Drugged & Out Of Control Since Manager Quit

Recording artist Chris Brown (R) attends the 2015 BET Awards at the Microsoft Theater on June 28, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

Chris Brown is reportedly in a drug-fueled downward spiral since manager quit on him.

Last year, Chris Brown’d manager Mike Guirguis quit and sued the singer for allegedly beating him to the point of hospitalization. According to The New York Daily News, Mike G alleges that Brown invited him into a small room one night and sucker punched him.

Now, Billboard reports that, without Guirguis staying his hand, the singer has plunged in a drug-addled spiral of self-destruction. Sources say even his bodyguards cower before Breezy.

“Once he did what he did to Mike G, there was no structure,” that former security team member says. “We had no manager telling us what to do or where we were going. He would make people sleep on the bus [instead of hotels] when he was mad at them. He was threatening people and cops. He was calling himself the devil.”

The scathing report states that several of his employees have quit over the past year including tour manager Nancy Ghosh, whom the report states he threatened to beat up. His personal publicist Nicole Perna bounced when Brown accused her of not doing enough to promote his clothing line Black Pyramid.

“Anna Wintour doesn’t want to f— with you. These editors don’t want to f— with you. The majority of my time is spent on damage control,” Perna said.

Since Mike G’s departure, he has apparently started to lash out at any kind of authority figure. The report says that close associates are afraid for the singer who has surrounded himself with members of the Los Angeles Bloods.

“You can talk to any drug addict or chemically imbalanced person — it doesn’t just go away,” a former member of Brown’s entourage said. “It’s something you have to work on. You have to change your lifestyle. And he’s not doing the things he needs to do to get well, so he’s never going to be well. The kid is going to hit rock bottom.”

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