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Chris Brown Hurls Violent Threats At Valet Over $10

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TMZ reports that troubled singer Chris Brown's anger management issues are back.

"Chris Brown turned his anger issues on a valet parker at a bowling alley in L.A. last night ... cussing at the guy over the $10 service charge," according to the site.

The incident happened at PINZ bowling alley in Studio City where he had been attending a charity event, the site reports.

"But when Chris went to get his car from the valet, the guy working the parking lot asked for the $10 charge ... and Chris got PISSED. After the valet made it clear he couldn't release the car without the cash ... the singer and his posse surrounded the guy ... and at one point you can hear Chris say, "F*ck ten dollars."

In a threatening manner, Brown told the valet, "We gonna turn this whole thing on out," TMZ reported. "Brown ultimately got his keys and drove off -- it's unclear if he ever paid the $10 fee."




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