Chris Brown’s House Invaded By Three Armed Men, Aunt Held At Gunpoint
Chris Brown’s new house in San Fernando Valley, Calif., was attacked early on Wednesday morning at approximately 2:00 a.m. According to the police, three armed men with handguns wearing bandanas broke into the house while Brown was out at the Argyle Club in Hollywood. The robbers held the singer’s aunt at gunpoint, locked her in a closet and then smashed objects in the house. His aunt called 911 but the robbers were gone by the time the police arrived.
The gunmen robbed cash, a cellphone and a laptop, according to Los Angeles’ KTLA 5 radio. The house is equipped with a 16-camera security system. The way the theives entered the house is still to be determined.
Brown’s mother Joyce Hawkins has been criticizing her son’s friends, hinting that some of them might be involved in the attack.
WATCH WHO YOU STANDING BESIDE
— Joyce Hawkins (@mombreezy) July 15, 2015
It’s the second time in two months that criminals have broken into Brown’s house. Last time was in spring when a 21-year-old woman allegedly sneaked into the house, cooked several meals, wrote “I love you” on walls, damaged his car by writing her name on it and threw Brown’s daughter’s clothes in the trash. The woman was later charged with stalking, burglary and vandalism. She pled not guilty at her trial.
Neither Brown nor his family has made any comment about the accident yet.