Rapper Chris Brown has allegedly thrown a bag full of drugs and weapons out of a window after police surrounded his LA mansion.
Brown remains inside his house but has produced videos ranting about the police’s treatment of him claiming his daughter is in the house with him
The siege was sparked when police received a 911 call from an unidentified woman who claimed that Brown had threatened her with a gun during an argument.
The Daily Mail reports that officers are currently waiting on a warrant before they attempt to enter the house as Brown has failed to respond to their previous requests that they be allowed in.
In a series of Instagram posts Brown described his situation, he said:
So I’m sleep half the damn night, I just wake up. All these mother fucking helicopter choppers is around. Police out there at the gate.
Come on my n***! What the fuck hell else do you want from me? I stay out the way, take care of my daughter, do work. I don’t fuck ugly bitches, trifling bitches, whatever else.
Brown goes on to say that he can’t be dealing with this bullshit and that they accuse him of something ‘every three months’, yet refuse to deal with an alleged stalker who threatens his family.
The escalating incident began when a guest arrived at Brown’s mansion with two women, unfortunately while the man was invited the women were not and an argument broke out.
During the row one of the women alleges that Brown pulled a gun and threatened her with it, forcing one of the women to call 911.
Brown and some of the guests ae now belived to be in the house and police are trying to gain access in an effort to end things peacefully.
Here is a live stream of the events unfolding:
In the past few years Brown has been in trouble with the law several times, most infamously for assaulting his then-girlfriend Rihanna back in February 2009.
For his crime Brown was sentenced to five years of probation, one year of domestic violence counselling, and six months of community service, his probation was lifted in March 2015.
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