Answer: Aside from watering and fertilizing issues, disease and insects can cause leaves to turn brown. Without being able to personally examine the plant for fungal spores or signs of insects, I really can't diagnose the problem. You can look at the leaves with a magnifying glass, both upper and lower sides, and look for tiny black or brown spots (fungal spores) or insects.
Best wishes with your lily!
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