The father of Chris Brown's manager TINA DAVIS has defended his daughter against allegations she had a sexual relationship with the teenage singer.
Davis is the latest person to become embroiled in last month's (08Feb09) alleged altercation between Brown and Rihanna, after reports on Tuesday (10Mar09) claimed a saucy text message she sent to Brown sparked the stars' violent row.
Brown has been charged with assault and making criminal threats in the incident, which reportedly left Rihanna with cuts and bruises that called for medical attention.
An affidavit from a detective investigating the case allegedly refers to the text message as being "from a woman who Brown had a previous sexual relationship with", while law enforcement sources claim the message to the shamed R&B star proposed a meeting for a late-night rendez-vous.
Davis, who turns 40 this month (Mar09), and Brown, 19, have previously denied having an affair.
And Tina's father, 63-year-old George Davis, insists she had nothing to do with the incident.
He tells the New York Daily News, "I'm pretty sure it's not true. I doubt it, and that's coming from her father. We're pretty close."
Brown was granted a continuance at his arraignment hearing last week (05Mar09) and remains free on $50,000 (£36,195) bail. He is due back in court in April (09).
If convicted, he faces almost five years behind bars.