NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 01: BET host Bow Wow and singer Chris Brown appear on BET's "106 & Park" at BET Studios on April 1, 2013
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Chris Brown is being sued by a man who claims the troubled singer assaulted him during a game of pick up basketball.

According to SPIN, the lawsuit was filed with the Superior Court of California in Los Angeles last Thursday by a man named Malcolm Ausbon.

Ausborn claims that the incident occurred at a Los Angeles 24 Hour Fitness last July after he called a foul on the "Forever" singer.

After the foul, Brown reportedly grabbed the ball, threatened to "put these hands on you" and repped infamous street gang, the Bloods.

Adding to the already volatile situation was the supposed fact that Chris and his crew were not dressed in "proper workout attire."

According to the suit, three members of Brown's posse charged Ausborn—one reportedly said, "If you f-ck with Chris, you f-ck with us." The three then retreated but once the game resumed the men, including Brown this time, "began to strike, punch, kick, pull, and stomp Ausbon's head and body."

Ausbon then allegedly left for the emergency room where he was treated for injuries to his face, head, neck, back, ribs and legs.

This most recent assault claim is the latest in a laundry list of legal issues Brown has been embroiled in over the last year.

Brown began court ordered rehab for anger management in late November after being expelled from his previous stint in October.