Troubled singer Chris Brown's manager is denying any involvement in the singer's recent alleged altercation with girlfriend pop singing star Rihanna, and is insisting she was not the one who sparked the battle by sending a message to the R&B singer. Brown is charged with assault and making criminal threats after an argument with the Rihanna last month allegedly left her battered and bruised up. According to a police affidavit, the altercation was triggered by a text message Brown received on his cell phone from another woman. TMZ recently pointed to Brown's manager, Tina Davis, who is rumored to have had a romantic relationship with the Brown when he was 16. But Davis has now released a statement distancing herself from the altercation between Brown and Rihanna. She also denies ever having been Brown's lover. The statement reads, "The relationship between Ms. Davis and Mr. Brown is that of manager and client. There has never been any other relationship. The rumors in circulation are false. There are no emails between Ms. Davis and Mr. Brown of the type which have been described in media reports. "If the source of the false rumors is identified, legal action will be taken. Given the nature of the legal issues affecting Mr. Brown, Ms. Davis will not be making any further statements." Brown has also denied the rumors he is set to fire Davis as his manager. The star's business attorney, Kenny Meiselas, says, "We are very happy with Chris' team and there are no changes."
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