Chris Brown throws bodyguard off plane?
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R&B star Chris Brown allegedly threw his bodyguard Big Pat off his private plane in Bermuda after an "altercation", leaving him to travel back to New York City alone.
The controversial singer abandoned his long-time bodyguard in Bermuda after a pit stop on the Caribbean island on Wednesday because the pair got into a fight on board, reported Contactmusic.
"I'm not sure of the details of what happened on the plane but his plane came in, got services and everything was finishing and they were getting ready to leave," an airport worker was quoted as telling The Bermuda Sun newspaper.
"Then there was a stall. The security guard (Big Pat) got off first. He was standing outside talking to the pilot. Then Chris Brown and another guy came off. They had to come inside to Customs.
"They then went outside to have a cigarette. The security guard came inside (an airport building) and said he wasn't getting back on the plane."
The bodyguard told the staff member he had an "altercation" with Brown. Big Pat was forced to take a Jet Blue commercial flight to New York City's JFK Airport after the furious 'Don't Wake Me Up' singer jetted off in his private plane.
The 23-year-old singer was travelling back from his gig at the Accra Sports Stadium in Ghana, West Africa on March 5.
Big Pat has stood by Brown through his previous tantrums and even took a glass bottle to the head during the star's club brawl with rival Drake last June.
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