If you’re Chris Brown, you must be numb to all the drama that surrounds you, as Breezy gets himself out of hot water that could have ruined everything for him again.

Last year, Mike Guirguis alleged Chris Brown locked him in a small room with him and gave him a beat down. He sued his client for assault and for allegedly failing to pay commissions owed for personal services, but ultimately lost.

According to Encino Patch, court papers show Mike G lost out on gaining $1.5 million of Chris’ assets after Guirguis alleged that Breezy defamed him and his firm on Instagram. Last week, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James Chalfant rejected the motion brought by lawyers for Michael Guirguis and his firm, Nitevision Management. The motion sought the entertainer’s assets in his deposit accounts and his interests in real estate, but not his residence nor his earnings. Apparently, Brown also posted claims that he fired Nitevision because Guirguis stole money from him.

Meanwhile, former manager Mike G claimed Chris was living well beyond what he could, as he brought up Chris losing his residency at Las Vegas’ Drai’s Beachclub and Nightclub in 2016 – a gig that was getting Chris $3 million a year. He got the performance gig back in February last month.