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Chris Brown Troubles Get Worse: Sued by Suge Knight and Publicist Quits After Being Cursed Out

by Wanda J Coppage   Jun 28, 2016 19:08 PM EDT

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Things keep going from bad to worse for Chris Brown who is the middle of being sued by Suge Knight. The singer seems to keep losing his staff due to his irrational behavior and recently added to the list is his publicist who reportedly just quit after receiving nasty text messages from Brown, criticizing her work and calling her names.

Apparently, Nicole Perna has had enough of her now former client's nonsense and decided to throw in the towel as his publicist, according to information obtained by TMZ. Reportedly, Brown lashed out at Perna via text messages, expressing how her services as his publicist have not been up to par. Specifically, Brown pointed out how his clothing line was to be featured on various magazine covers for more exposure but, sealing the deals with the magazines is where his publicist fell short.

In a text message thread that began with a compliment from Perna to Brown on his clothing collection, the 27-year-old didn't respond with a thank you but, "I don't want you texting me compliments with no results," replied Brown according to the TMZ report. The back and forth continued between the two, with the "Don't Judge Me" singer referring to Perna as a b*tch multiple times during the exchange; after she explained why the magazine covers were not happening.

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"Anna Wintour doesn't want to f*ck with you. These editors don't want to f*ck with you," revealed Perna.

"NICOLE, you texting me as if I will give a f*ck if u don't work for me or not ... Do whatever makes u feel better. Me personally, I DON'T GIVE A F*ck!!!" Brown responded.

Perna went on to explain how she can't properly do her job because she's always providing "damage control" for the singer who continues to make headlines and find himself in legal battles. His latest legal battle stems from Death Row Records founder, Marion "Suge" Knight, who according to USA Today filed a lawsuit against Brown holding him responsible for his "gunshot wounds to the abdomen, chest and left forearm" while attending a party hosted by the singer back in 2014.

According to the report, Knight believes he was shot 7 times that night due to Brown and the West Hollywood nightclub's failure to provide adequate security. The 51-year-old is requesting that Brown and all others involved with the party that night pay his medical bills stemming back to that night and all other future expenses.

Perna joins former tour manager Nancy Ghosh, who reportedly quit working for Brown after he became verbally abusive toward her, claiming he was "irrational and high on drugs,"  as reported by EUR.

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