Baylee Curran — the woman who said Chris Brown pointed a gun at her — is now being accused of lying about the incident and trying to set the singer up.

According to TMZ, a man named Safari said he received a text from Curran, 24, after she and the “Royalty” creator had an argument.

“Hey, Safari, don’t you know this freak Chris Brown is kicking me out of his house, because I called his friend’s jewelry fake,” the message read. “Uber is messing up. If not, I’m going to set him up and call the cops and say that he tried to shoot me and that will teach him a lesson. I’m going to set his a-- up. LOL. Come get me.” “Really? That’s f----- up,” Safari allegedly replied. “You ain’t going to do that. You’re wrong if you do.”

The celebrity site also stated the message was sent on Tuesday, shortly before 3:00 a.m., just prior to the Norco, California, native  leaving Brown’s house.

Meanwhile, E! News revealed that Curran was stripped of her Miss California Regional crown this year, after serving a mere three months. “Baylee only served as Miss California Regional from April 1 to July 5 due to multiple allegations that were further investigated,” said a representative from the organization.

In addition, another insider said that Curran was let go after making some racially charged remarks to someone attached to the pageant. “The racial comments were regarding African Americans,” revealed an E! News source. “Baylee made racial slurs to the person’s face. This person was someone very closely related with the pageant directly that she should have respected.”

As we previously reported, Brown posted $250,000 bail earlier this week and has received a lot of support from his celebrity friends. He also addressed the incident for the first time since being released. “Yo, all this bulls----, everything going on, I’m just going to turn the other cheek and drop some music,” he said on Wednesday in an Instagram video.

As it pertains to Curran, she denied sending that message, and TMZ claims that she’s no longer friends with Safari. Currently, the text message is in the hands of Brown’s lawyer Mark Geragos, and he’s trying to authenticate it.