More often than not, we hear more about Chris Brown‘s ill actions rather than his music–then again, that is how many celebrities remain relevant these days. Since his notorious domestic violence incident with Rihanna many years ago, Brown has been responsible for many violent cases. With his bar scuffle in NYC, to fighting over a parking spot, to assaulting a fan in DC, Brown has made himself memorable in an all to unpleasant way. Such information makes it surprising that he is not responsible for the criminal activity that recently occurred.
Wednesday evening, upon returning to his home in California, Brown discovered a female intruder in his house. Instead of losing his temper and handling the situation himself like one might expect, he called the police. He made it clear to the police that he did not know the woman, Amira Ayeb, nor did she have permission to be on his property. He claims that she is a crazy fan, and she very well may be for what she has done while at his home: “She had broken the hinges off the doors. She found time to cook several meals… Then had all these crazy voodoo things around my crib… And she painted her name on my cars,” he informs authorities. Apparently, some fans just go way too far; she even threw out his daughters belongings. Brown prays that she gets mental help.
Chris Brown is not the first celebrity to encounter a crazy fan or stalker, but it always catches our attention when a fan’s obsession spins out of control. Some even return back to the scene of the crime after being released from prison, which reportedly has happened to Selena Gomez.
It is a mystery how exactly the woman got into Brown’s home, although she had to have scaled a fence to get to the house; however, which entry way she used to get into the house is still in question. The 21 year old intruder was arrested and charged with vandalism and burglary. These felony has landed her in jail where she is being held on a $50,000 bail. She is expected to appear in court on May 11th.
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