Chris Brown has been sued plenty of times, but this is probably the weirdest lawsuit he has to deal with. Breezy is being sued by a fan who claims that the R&B singer swiped his hat during a concert performance.

According to the suit, Marq Stevenson was at Brown’s Dallas concert last year and he gave his baseball cap to one of Brown’s hanger-ons with hopes the singer would autograph it. Apparently, he never got it back. A year later, Stevenson is looking for compensation over the lost of his $25 hat.

According to TMZ, Stevenson believes Brown "jacked him" for his lid and is seeking $2,500 for the alleged bullying and $225 for the floor seat tickets he paid to see Brown in concert.

That must be one special hat.

Attorneys for Chris Brown had no comment on the matter.

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