Chris Brown’s aunt was locked in a closet and held at gunpoint by three-to-five intruders while the rapper was out partying at a club.
The masked men made their way into the 26-year-old singer’s Los Angeles home at 2 a.m. on Wednesday, ransacking the home for valuables.
Brown’s aunt was confronted at a bedroom door in the house by a group of men, described as African-American, armed with handguns and wearing either masks or bandanas around their faces.
Officer Liliana Preciado stated, “The suspects got away with an unknown amount of cash, electronics and personal items.”
She claims she has warned her son for years about his “no good-ass friends”.
Just hours after the home invasion, Joyce tweeted, “Watch who you standing beside.”
Detectives have are investigating the area surrounded the home on a secluded street and hoping to find surveillance camera footage.
Lt. Kirk Kelley told the media, “We’re trying to see if there’s any video evidence that might have picked up the suspects”.
Brown came to the home several hours later to check on his aunt and then left again.
The scary incident comes after Chris took to Instagram on Thursday to show off his walk-in warehouse at his new $4.5 million home.
The 26-year-old rapper converted an entire room in his home to store his clothing and shoe collection.
This is not the first time the singer has been the victim of a home invasion. In May, Chris returned home to find a naked woman inside his home.
The woman was booked for felony burglary and felony vandalism.
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