Chris Brown's home targeted by robbers
Chris Brown's Californian home has allegedly been targeted by armed robbers.
TMZ broke the news of the raid and alleges that Chris' aunt was then forced into a closet, where she was locked while assailants ransacked the house.
The crime took place at the singer's San Fernando Valley house in California, which Chris has only recently purchased, at around 2am.
A police source told the outlet that after turning the house upside down, stealing money and other possessions, the thieves fled. Chris' aunt then called the cops.
Chris wasn't home at the time, TMZ reports.
LAPD Lt. Kirk Kelley has said it wasn't clear how the robbers got inside the home, writes ktla.com. The website also states that the police have confirmed no one was hurt, and that it was three men who were behind the break in.
Chris is thought to have got back to the house two hours later.
The star is yet to comment on the incident and has stayed quiet on social media. His last tweet was posted two days ago, and is a cryptic one about making decisions.
"When u start believing bs it only opens doors for more bs. Be an individual and make decisions for you (sic)," he tweeted.
Some of his fans have been quick to take to the micro blogging site to vent their frustration at the armed robbery.
"it's TMZ's fault.@TMZ put @ChrisBrown & his family in danger by posting pics of his new house!! He deserves privacy! (sic)," fumed @PostBadChrisB.
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