She says she did not send text message that sparked Rihanna argument

Chris Brown’s manager has denied that she was the one who sent a text message that sparked an argument between her client and Rihanna on February 8, during which he allegedly assaulted her.

Tina Davis released a statement today saying she never had a sexual relationship with Brown, despite media reports to the contrary.

The statement, which came via her lawyer Marshall B Grossman, says:

“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,” reports usmagazine.com .

A police affidavit says that a text message from a previous relationship caused the argument between Brown and Rihanna in the early hours of February 8.

After the alleged assault, both pulled out of the Grammy awards that night.

Brown is due to be arraigned on April 6.

–By our New York staff.
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