Chris Brown (driver's seat) drives up to his Tarzana home around 4 a.m. Wednesday shortly after his home was reported robbed by three armed men, who locked his aunt in a closet during the home invasion.
Three armed men burst into Chris Brown’s Los Angeles-area home early Wednesday, locked his aunt in a closet and ransacked the mansion, making off with cash and other personal items, according to cops.
No one was hurt and the unidentified aunt was the only person home at the large Tarzana residence during the 2 a.m. home invasion, police said.
The 26-year-old crooner showed up at the Citrus Ridge Drive home in a Bentley with a couple friends around 4 a.m. to speak to cops about the crime, video from the scene shows. He later left.
Chris Brown was out in Hollywood Tuesday night before the robbery. He's shown here leaving the Argyle nightclub.
The assailants were described as black men armed with handguns who may have been wearing masks.
The robbery remains under investigation, police said. The gated home reportedly has a video security system.
It’s the second scary incident in just months for the “Ayo” singer, who returned to a different home, in Agoura Hills, in May to find the place ransacked and vandalized. Brown came upon the alleged intruder, 21-year-old Amira Kodcia Ayeb, naked in his bed.
Ayeb was charged with three felonies after Brown reported, via Instagram, that the alleged stalker cooked in his kitchen, wrote “I love you,” on the walls and his cars and scattered women’s clothing around the foyer.
“I get home and find this crazy individual in my house,” the Grammy winner wrote at the time below a picture of the suspect.