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Chris Brown 'catches naked intruder in bed'

Published 07/05/2015

Chris Brown
Chris Brown

Chris Brown apparently called police to his home in California after discovering a naked woman in his bed.

The musician has been in Las Vegas for the last few days celebrating his 26th birthday, which was on May 5.

But upon returning home to his pad in Agoura Hills, California, last night TMZ reports Chris was met with a shock when discovering a young lady with no clothes on in his bed.

The outlet claims the star and his security team arrived at the house around 9pm and found a pile of women's clothing in the foyer, before spotting the words 'I LOVE YOU' spray painted on his kitchen counter.

After further inspection Chris found the culprit in his bedroom and apparently called the police, who escorted her to the station in handcuffs. The 21-year-old is said to have been booked for felony burglary and felony vandalism, with TMZ adding that she also spray painted 'MRS. BROWN' on the side of his black Range Rover and vandalised his silver Rolls Royce.

It's thought she had been in the property for a while before Chris returned as police found dirty dishes in the sink and discarded food.

This incident comes after Chris was on the other side of the law following accusations he had assaulted a man at the Palms Casino Resort in Sin City during his visit. The case arose before his birthday, claiming he had punched a man following an argument in the early hours of Monday morning.

However TMZ has since reported the case has been dropped, with the accuser deciding he didn't want to pursue his cause.

To add to this, Chris has only just recently completed probation following his assault on ex-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009, for which he was sentenced to five years' probation, domestic violence counselling and community labour.

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