Ugh, although I have tremendous disinterest in the artist who is best known for assaulting Rihanna more than his music, it's news folks.

Rapper Chris Brown has a bit of a growing problem, in more ways than one. According to reports, the building where the artist resides in West Hollywood is not too happy with his parking antics. USAToday is saying that Hollywood pub TMZ is writing that Brown is parking his Range Rover and Lamborghini in the handicapped spaces.

Now that may sound horrendous but Brown's lawyer is claiming that the building agreed to allot more spaces for Brown and it is a part of his condo agreement.

Considering how poor some building management is, I wouldn't totally dismiss that. However, Brown's PR team probably should have been a little more aware of this and acted a little earlier.

Let's see how this hot mess boils down in front of the gavel.

Singer Chris Brown is finding out how hard it is to own a bevy of luxury vehicles and supercars where you have to share the parking garage. reports that Brown is parking his Range Rover and some of his superhot sports cars in handicapped spots in his West Hollywood, Calif., building. The gossip site says that neighbors are up at arms, but that his lawyer says that Brown was supposed to have a couple extra parking spaces as part of his condo agreement, and that the landlord didn't tell them they are marked as handicapped spaces. The issue is apparently on track to be fought out in court...

[Source: USAToday]


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Rapper Chris Brown May Be Heading To Court AGAIN, This Time Over Parking Spaces

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