Chris Brown’s Alleged Attack Victim Hits R&B Star With Civil Suit

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February 20, 2014 | 2:11pm EST

The man who accused Chris Brown and a bodyguard of beating him up outside a Washington, D.C. hotel last year has filed a civil suit against the embattled singer in a bid to recover his medical costs.
Parker Isaac Adams will face Brown in court in April after the Kiss Kiss hitmaker pleaded not guilty to assault charges in October.
The singer and his bodyguard were arrested after the incident, and Brown was initially charged with a felony; the counts were later reduced to a misdemeanour.
He reportedly fought with Adams after he approached the star and asked if he could take a photograph with the singer, and when Brown refused, Adams tried to insert himself into a picture that the singer had been taking with two other people. Adams alleged that Brown punched him in the face, fracturing his nose.
Brown maintains Adams was attempting to board his tour bus when the altercation took place.
Following his arrest, Brown checked himself into rehab to seek help for his anger issues, but he was asked to leave two weeks later after allegedly throwing a rock through his mother’s car window during an argument. A judge ordered him to spend another 90 days in rehab later that month.
Meanwhile, as a result of the drama, the parole Brown had been serving as a result of his 2009 assault on Rihanna was revoked; he was ordered to complete his rehab and do community service.