Chris Brown’s problems loom even larger

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“Chris’ biggest enemy is himself — as if we didn’t know that already,” said a longtime loyal Chris Brown associate Monday. In the wake of his weekend arrest for assaulting a guy in D.C. — that could lead the R&B star to be thrown in prison for violation of his probation — the source added, “This could be the last straw.”

Along with allegedly breaking  a 20-year-old man’s nose (for “photobombing” himself into a photo Brown was taking with two women), the rapper also supposedly screamed a homophobic slur at the guy.

Brown’s camp claims the altercation was caused when the women attempted to board the singer’s tour bus — and when stopped, the photobomber and an associate actually attacked Brown and his bodyguards.

The entertainer was arrested for felony assault early Sunday.

If the incident is ruled a violation of Brown’s probabtion (for his infamous 2009 assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna in Los Angeles) — he could face four years in prison — on top of an additional five to 10 years if convicted in connection with this new assault charge.

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