Chris Brown and Lil Baby‘s show was at risk, though only for a short period of time, of getting canceled … but a judge has decided the show will go on.
Ms. LaJuan Bailey, through her real estate company, filed legal docs asking the court to step in and block CB and co. from performing Wednesday at the Toyota Center in Houston … a scheduled stop in his national ‘One of Them Ones’ tour, which is in full swing.
The paperwork, obtained by TMZ, is trying to achieve a few things — first, filing a restraining order to prevent Chris from hitting the stage … and second, asking Chris to address why he missed a charity gig in the area earlier this year.
We spoke to a source inside the courtroom who tells us the judge was quick to throw out the restraining order … allowing Wednesday’s show to happen.
Chris Brown Trying to Make Things Right with Houston Benefit Concert
As we reported, Bailey made a stink last month after claiming Chris bailed last minute on a hurricane benefit relief concert after Bailey claims to have shelled out $1 million to get Chris there.
Chris’ camp denied her account, telling us there were contract stipulations that weren’t met, and Chris gave at least a 2-day notice before canceling. He even tried forking over a 6-figure donation to make things right, but that apparently wasn’t enough.
Now, through her new legal action, Bailey’s seeking the damages she claims she suffered from him pulling the plug on her charity event … which have totaled more than $1 million.