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Chris Brown's Aunt Was 'Held Hostage In A Closet By Armed Intruders At His LA Home While Singer Made Club Appearance'

Chris Brown s Aunt Was Held Hostage In A Closet By Armed Intruders At His LA Home While Singer Made Club Appearance
Chris Brown's aunt was allegedly locked in a closet and held at gunpoint by three intruders while the unknowing rapper partied in a nearby club.

The masked men forced their way into his 26-year-old singer's Los Angeles home at 2am on Wednesday, before holding his aunt hostage and then ransacking the place for valuables.

Officer Liliana Preciado told the media: 'The suspects got away with an uknown amount of cash, electronics and personal items.'

Thankfully Chris's aunt was not hurt - police are not yet aware how long she was in the closet.

Detectives were canvassing the neighbourhood around the gated property at the end of a secluded street in the San Fernando Valley and looking for surveillance camera footage.

'We're trying to see if there's any video evidence that might have picked up the suspects,' Lt. Kirk Kelley told reporters at the scene.

Investigators have not released descriptions of the suspects, who were armed with handguns and wore bandanas around their faces, police said.

Brown came to the home several hours later to check on his aunt and then left, Preciado said.

The incident was thought to have occured as Chris flaunted his sculpted abs and extensive collection of tattoos as he left the Argyle club in Hollywood.

Rihanna's ex, was seen leaving the venue in a red varsity jacket that he wore open to reveal his naked torso and chest.

The Don't Judge Me singer looked calm and relaxed as he left the Hollywood hotspot in a body-bearing ensemble.

Wearing a red varsity jacket with a 'B' for Brown - emblazoned upon it open and unzipped, Chris flaunted his abdominal muscles and ever-growing collection of tattoos.

Teaming his top with a pair of black, baggy trousers the singer opted for comfort with a hint of streetwear style.

Rounding his outfit of with a red and white pair of sneakers and an array of gold necklaces, Chris cut a striking and unique figure as he headed home.

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, whom he snapped a picture of and uploaded to Instagram, was booked for felony burglary and felony vandalism.

Amira Kodcia Ayeb, 21, pleaded not guilty to felony burglary, stalking and vandalism.

After the shocking discovery the singer revealed that he would be turning that particular property into a version of 'Fort Knox' - the heavily defended US gold reserve.

The reported event comes as 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 luxurious new pad into a massive clothing storeroom, which features ample space for his extensive footwear collection.

The Instagram snap shows Chris standing on the stairs to the shoe storeroom admiring his empire, as a sea of different colors and styles resting below.

For the caption, Chris wrote: 'What to wear? This isn't my closet. I ran out of room in those.'

The photo features Brown wearing a shark-hooded sweater made by A Bathing Ape, a popular clothing line among artists and rappers.

In fact, Breezy is a such a big fan of the Japan-based company that he hung a shaggy tapestry with the signature Bape gorilla on the wall of his new abode.

Source: dailymail

Date Posted: Wednesday, July 15th, 2015 , Total Page Views: 803

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