CHRIS BROWN’S AUNT HELD AT GUNPOINT DURING HOME ROBBERY

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There have been numerous reports about a terrible home invasion that happened at Chris Brown’s latest San Fernando Valley home in California. During the heist, Chris’ aunt was inside the residence when armed robbers entered the home early Wednesday morning (July 15). The intruders reportedly tied up Chris’ aunt at gunpoint and locked her in a closet whilst they continued the home robbery.

Luckily for Chris’ aunt, she was not hurt & harmed during the ordeal and managed to call police after the robbers left the home. At the time of the incident, Chris was reportedly at Club Argyle in Hollywood for an ESPY’s pre-party.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ, the 3 home invasion robbers targeted the house knowing it was owned by Chris Brown. Chris’ aunt told authorities the robbers knew that the home belonged to Chris during a brief exchange.

Around 2:00 AM at the San Fernando Valley home, three armed men forced their way in the house and found the aunt, put a gun in her face and ordered her into the closet. Law enforcement tells us the home invaders then ransacked the house, took money and other property and fled. The aunt called 911 and cops raced to the scene, but the robbers were long gone.

Chris was not home at the time but instead was seen leaving the Argyle, a club in Hollywood where he was hosting a pre-ESPY party. The time codes indicate Chris got to the club around 12:30 AM and left at 2:13 AM — just as the break-in was going down.

Chris’ mother, Joyce, believes the robbery was an “inside job”, plotted out by his “no good-ass friends.” Follow your mama’s advice Breezy.

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