Chris Brown narrowly escaped coming face-to-face with yet another obsessed fan in his Woodland Hills home this week. As you may recall the "Loyal" singer's mansion has been broken into several times this year, once by a fan who made herself at home in the pricey pad. While the latest attempt was thwarted by Brown's security, the details are chilling.
TMZ reported a 27-year-old super fan drove to Brown's home, entering the property through the electric gate. She was approached by members of the Grammy award winner's security team who asked her to leave, but refused. Police were immediately called and arrested the stranger. She is being charged with criminal trespass. Brown was said to be home at the time, but was not involved in the incident. It remains unclear whether or not his young daughter, Royalty, was present.
In July a group of armed men broke into Brown's home, holding his aunt hostage and stealing money and personal items from the singer. After the initial news broke it was reported Brown's friends, members of the Bloods gang, were thought to be behind the incident. According to TMZ the intruders, one of which was believed to be a club promoter, knew where Brown kept large sums of money. The promoter reportedly was aware the singer had been paid $50,000 in cash for a recent appearance. Nia Guzman, the mother of Brown's child, reportedly blamed his friends for the incident, speculating they may have been trying to kidnap Royalty.
Two months prior, in May, an obsessed fan broke into Brown's home. The singer was out of town in Las Vegas when the intruder entered his home. He returned to find her naked in his bed. The woman, 21, is said to have been locked in the house for several days before being found. Upon discovering the stranger in his home, Brown uploaded a photo to Instagram detailing the damage she had done. According to his post she "threw out" articles of clothing belonging to his young daughter and several toys belonging to his dog. She is also said to have spray-painted "I love you" and "Mrs. Brown" on several surfaces throughout the home including kitchen counters, walls and the outside of two cars.