Woman Found in Chris Brown’s House Charged with Multiple Felonies
A 21-year-old woman who allegedly broke into and vandalized Chris Brown's home and cars was charged with three felonies, the Los Angeles Court District Attorney's Office announced.
Amira Kodcia Ayeb was charged with stalking, vandalism and residential burglary, according to the District Attorney, with “intent to commit larceny,” which is a serious felony.
She was scheduled to be arraigned Friday in Los Angeles County Superior Court, where prosecutors will ask for bail to be set at $220,000.
According to the Sheriff's Department, Brown returned home Wednesday evening to find a naked female intruder. She allegedly broken the hinges off of his doors, wrote “I love you” on the walls, and spray painted her name on his cars.
Brown detailed the incident on his Instagram account with a photo of Ayeb, which has since been taken down. He wrote, "I get home and find this crazy individual in my house," Brown wrote. "She threw out my daughters clothing as well as my dogs stuff. Then had all these crazy voodoo things around my crib.”
If convicted, Ayeb faces up to seven years in prison.