The standoff between Chris Brown and the LAPD continues.
The singer’s lawyer, Mark Geragos, is at his client’s home where police have been outside since 3 a.m. PST, according to TMZ.
The site says that Brown’s entourage is starting to file out of the
house as police search each person. Breezy walked out of the home at
approximately 2:30 p.m., but has not been arrested.
The Los Angeles Times says that police had obtained a warrant and had begun searching the home.
The woman who called the police on Chris Brown for reportedly pulling a gun on her has been identified by TMZ.
The news site says the woman is beauty pageant winner Baylee Curran.
She says she was hanging out with Breezy and his crew at his house when
someone in his entourage was showing off a piece of jewelry.
She says when she approached to admire the jewelry, the man freaked
out and Brown had a similar reaction. That’s when he allegedly pulled
out the gun and threatened her to get out of his house. Curran says that
Brown was seemingly under the influence of drugs or alcohol as she has
spent time with Brown before and he usually was very nice.
When Curran and her friend tried to leave after he allegedly pulled a
gun on her, Brown’s crew tried to keep her phone from her and make her
sign a non-disclosure agreement. They refused and left, which is when
she called the police.
Ray J, who was reportedly at the home at the time of the incident, has responded to the scene on Instagram.
“I’m real upset about today,” Ray J says in the clip. “I’m not happy
with how things are handled and how people can take a false story and
blow it up into something way more than what it should be. We’ve got
just positive people around and you look outside and it’s like a war
zone for no reason. For somebody what some stranger said about something
that don’t got nothing to do with nothing. To react like that so fast
without really knowing the facts and knowing what’s up ain’t cool.
Shit’s not right. It shouldn’t be like this. I support the homie Chris
and I support the whole movement. I’m here. Again, man, shit gotta
change. It can’t be like this every time somebody yipping and yapping
trying to get an extra buck. It turns around and it’s all bad on us.”