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Chris Brown Denies Running Off With Woman’s $1M For Benefit Concert



Chris Brown Bailed 2 Days Before Benefit Concert, Denies Running Off With $1M

Chris Brown Bailed 2 Days Before Benefit Concert, Denies Running Off With $1M

Chris Brown is speaking out to defend himself after an organizer of a benefit concert LeJuan Bailey, owner and VP of DML Real Estate Investors and Construction, accused him of running off with more than $1M.

According to TMZ, the organizer claims Brown bailed on March 19, just hours before the scheduled event. But emails from Brown’s team show that he actually reached out on March 17 to inform that he could no longer participate.

Per the report, “The letter states Bryson Tiller, who was also to perform at the event, had been removed from the lineup without a viable replacement, a violation of the contract Chris had in place … so Chris wasn’t going to perform.”

“The letter appears to have been sent 2 days before the show, not during the sound check … when Bailey claims she found out.” Both sides are currently negotiating a resolution. Chris is willing to donate to the Houston Community who were affected by the Hurricane.

“I acted in good faith and sponsored this concert out of love and respect for residents in need,” LeJuan said last week. “I am appalled that Chris Brown refuses to refund my money for a show he did not appear to after we announced our show and sold tickets.”

“At this point, it is my humble belief that Chris Brown’s actions are parallel to pure theft,” LeJuan continued.

“He has the unmitigated gall to take my money, stand up the residents of Houston, then return to the city to perform on August 17, 2022. My message to Chris Brown: We will not sit back and allow you to disrespect the victims of Hurricane Ida and Nicholas in need.”


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