Chris Brown is a Bloods gang member who will not hesitate to stomp you out with his homies, if allegations from a man named Malcolm Ausbon turn out to be true.
Ausbon has filed a lawsuit against the singer for what he claims was a vicious beating by Brown and three of his bodyguards at a 24-Hour Fitness in North Hollywood last July.
According to Ausbon, the fight started because he called a foul on Brown during a pick up basketball game. Brown reportedly threatened Ausbon and claimed he was affiliated with the Bloods street gang.
The lawsuit states that the situation quickly escalated to the point where Brown and three of his bodyguards began to "strike, punch, kick, pull and stomp Ausbon's head and body."
Ausbon says the beating sent him to the emergency room with neck, back, leg, face, head and rib injuries, As a result he sufferes from post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, fear and embarrassment.
A Chris Brown source admits there was an incident at 24-Hour fitness, but insists no punches were thrown.
Brown, 24-Hour Fitness and the bodyguards are all named in the lawsuit filed by Ausbon, who wants unspecified damages.
**UPDATE** February 16
Chris Brown's team is mounting a defense against the claims being made against him. Brown's attorney, Mark Geragos, says his client is being extorted by Malcolm Ausbon.
Chris Brown (left) and his attorney Mark Geragos
According to TMZ, Ausbon's lawyer sent Geragos a letter that said if Brown didn't cough up $250K their client "would be placed in a position by the LAPD where he needs to decide whether he will press charges."
Geragos added that during a meeting with Ausbon's lawyer in August he was told that the man who hit Ausbon wasn't Brown. The attacker had dreadlocks and the incident was reportedly caught on tape.
Geragos is fighting back by filing a police report against Ausbon.