Chris Brown Reportedly Plans To Appeal Dismissed Extortion Lawsuit

Chris Brown's extortion lawsuit involving deceased lawyer Jose Victor Los Banos Giongco was dismissed in courtroom not too long ago however in keeping with The Blast, the "Loyal" singer plans to enchantment the ruling. Chris claimed that in 2015 he was approached by a gaggle armed males in his resort room within the Philippines they usually tried to extort him “by unlawfully threatening to have him arrested and despatched to jail, and demanding $300,000 fee in alternate for protected passage residence.”

Chris sued Jose who he claimed to be behind the entire arrange however a decide dismissed the case right now as a result of "jurisdictional points." The publication particulars how Chris is not going to be backing down as he plans to go for Jose's property as a substitute. 

Chris appears to be coping with a couple of authorized matter as we beforehand reported that his ex-manager is suing him for failure in returning drug exams associated to the lawsuit. Mike Guirguis sued Breezy in 2016 for false imprisonment, assault, battery, defamation, and breach contract. Mike was introduced on to Chris' staff to assist him restore his picture after he assaulted Rihanna but it surely appears as if their work-ship has carried out extra hurt than assist. 

As for music by Chris, count on new tunes within the new 12 months.

Chris Brown Reportedly Plans To Appeal Dismissed Extortion Lawsuit

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