Chris Brown Blows Up at Parking Valet Over $10 Service Charge

Footage shows singer refusing to pay fee

Chris Brown
March 7, 2013 2:55 PM ET

Chris Brown cursed at and threatened a valet after a charity event in Studio City, California, a new video from TMZ shows.

In the clip, which you can watch below, the R&B singer can be heard saying, "Give me my keys, fuck 10 dollars," to a valet in front of PINZ bowling alley. Brown reportedly refused to pay because he was at the event for a short amount of time and didn't think the fee was fair.

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Brown then proceeds to tell the valet, "Give me my keys! We're gonna turn this spot up, I promise you," before someone from his entourage hands the man $10. Brown then snatches his keys and storms off towards his car.

The incident marks another entry in Brown's ongoing list of confrontations and outbursts, and the latest to happen in a parking lot. Just a few months ago, the singer got into a scuffle with Frank Ocean, allegedly over a parking space, at a West Hollywood recording studio.

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