Last year, a crazy fan was harassing Chris Brown from DOZENS of fake pages on Instagram, after she allegedly gave his stylist a hat that belonged to her deceased father for Chris to sign, and never got it back. He’s now facing the same problem once again, and this time, the fan wants over $2,000 for it.

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Marq Stevenson says in his newly-filed lawsuit that he went to Chris‘ Dallas concert last year, and passed his hat (of non-sentimental value) to someone on Chris‘ team for him to sign. He says not only did he not get his hat back, but he got “bullied” by his entourage. For this, he’s seeking $25 for the hat, $225 for the concert ticket….and $2,500 for the bullying. He’s cool, however, on the autograph.

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SMH these opportunists are INSANE! Fans bring gifts for artists all the time, and it’s hard to decipher what is what in crazy crowds like this. If you’re not personally handing the hat and a pen to the artist themselves, you have to expect this. It’s not the entourage’s job to make sure fans get their autographs!

Source: TMZ

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