Chris Brown Sued By His Concert Tour Designer

John Troxtel, the man who designed ’s concert tour set, has file suit against the young singer claiming he was paid for some of his design work, but “extra work was required and requested.” An oral agreement was reached between the parties, according to Troxtel, but when it came to time to collect, the touring company refused.

“Despite Mr. Troxtel’s top quality work to make Mr. Brown’s concerts a success – the audiences rave about the animation and effects – Chris Brown’s touring company CBE Touring, LLC has decided to stiff Plaintiff for hundres of thousands of dollars of work and expense,” the suit claims. “As a result, Defendants have failed to acquire the right to use the animation, videos and computer graphics which are the work-product of Plaintiff’s company RedMonkey Pictures. Plaintiff brings this action to prevent the unauthorized use of his work-product and otherwise obtain redress from Defendants.” Read the full court documents from TMZ.


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2 thoughts on “Chris Brown Sued By His Concert Tour Designer

  1. opl says:

    WOW I REALLY LIKE CHRIS BROWN MUSIC I THINK THAT HE HAS GONE FAR IN HIS MUSIC

  2. Ryan from Free Backstage Passes says:

    Hope everything went okay. Better have good working relationships to others. To Chris Brown, he has a lot to give in his concerts. Cheers

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