And now Guy has publicly responded to Titus' arrest for the very first time, opening up about the trauma the bitter legal battle has caused him over the years.
In a heartfelt statement posted to his Instagram page on Thursday morning, Guy said he was aware of the charges laid by police against Titus and explained he has been involved in ongoing disputes with his ex-manager for years.
"Today I am absolutely devastated to learn the nature and detail of these charges," Guy wrote.
"After over a decade of partnership, I parted ways with Titus' management company in November 2017. All my income was controlled via Titus into a Trust account and after noticing some disparities in payments, I requested important financial information that I was rightfully entitled to, and upon doing so our relationship began deteriorating."
Guy also opened up about the personal toll the legal battle has taken on his personal life.
"Over these last years, my integrity and reputation have been questioned and many untruths have been publicly stated. For me, this has been deeply personal and this period has been the toughest of my life. These charges are a sad vindication of my position," Guy wrote.
He continued: "No one in my industry deserves this to happen and I hope my case can serve as an example to all artists about the important of transparency and trust between a manager and an artist. I will not be making any further comment as the matter is now with the police."
Guy, 38, is one of the celebrity coaches on the current season of The Voice.
He is married to his wife Jules Sebastian, 40, and the couple have two children together, Hudson, six, and Archer, eight.
This story originally appeared on our sister site Now To Love.