Police Descend on Chris Brown's House After Woman Calls 911
Earlier this morning, a woman claimed singer Chris Brown pulled a gun on her at his Tarzana home, NBC News reports.
At 3 a.m, the LAPD received a call from Brown's home and eventually sent out patrol cars, but the singer refused to come out and cooperate with officers. Lt. Chris Ramirez said in a statement, "Right now, we still have to determine what actually occurred. The detectives are trying to make contact with Mr. Brown."
After news broke oft the incident, Chris shared his side of the story in an Instagram video, saying, "Every three months, y'all come up with some thing, bro. What is it? What's going to be next?At the same time, when I call police for stalker people... they don't come until the next day.”
The police were informed that they were not allowed to enter Brown's property without a warrant. Chris continued to rant in another Instagram video, "I don't care y'all going to stay playing with me like I'm the villain out here, like I'm going crazy. You guys got me f**ked up though because good luck when you get the warrant or whatever you need to do. You're going to walk right up in here and you're going to see nothing you idiots. I'm tired of f**king dealing with you all, y'all the worst gang in the world, the police, and I said it."
Earlier this year, Chris was investigated for alleged battery and theft in Las Vegas after a woman tried to take a photo of him. At the time, authorities said, "The victim was alleged to have been battered by Brown, who at the same time took her cell phone. A verbal altercation took place as the victim was escorted out of the room by private security and into the hallway.” He was not charged for the incident since her claims were a "complete fabrication."