Chris Brown joined the mile high club but not in the way you think!

2015-06-04 17:00

Los Angeles - Chris Brown has been accused of blowing marijuana smoke in a flight attendant's face.

The Loyal hitmaker, who admitted last week that he has occasionally "looked in the mirror and hated the person I see", was also allegedly verbally abusive towards the female staff member after "smoking a ton of pot" while flying on a private jet recently.


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A source claims the 26-year-old star didn't seem to care when the crew voiced their concerns despite the fact smoking is banned on all planes.

The insider told Us Weekly magazine: "He blew smoke at a flight attendant and said, 'I paid $60 000 for this jet, so I own it and everyone inside.'

"He told her, 'What is your old ass doing here anyway? I like to have the help be people I'd actually like to fuck.' "

A spokesperson for the singer did not comment on the report.

Chris - who has spent time in jail and received anger management therapy - recently insisted he was ready to turn over a new leaf and accept responsibility for his problems.

He said: "Most of my issues always deal with love and me being in my feelings. Not to mention me being a dog sometimes. I can't speak for everyone but I can say that my actions contributed a lot to my karma. Being jealous and angry and controlling. There has been times where I looked in the mirror and hated the person I see (sic).

"Everything u see on the surface does not reflect what's inside. This is my white flag. I surrender to life and all its blessings. I refuse to be petty and attention seeking. To know me is to love me (sic)."

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