UPDATED: Tuesday, August 30, 4:47 P.M. EST.
According to the Los Angeles Times, authorities obtained a search warrant and began searching Chris Brown’s home around 1 p.m.
Mark Geragos, Brown’s attorney, arrived shortly before the LAPD’s Robbery-Homicide Division searched the property.
About half a dozen people filed out of Brown’s home and were searched. Police say they will question all of the occupants. No arrests have been made at this time.
SOURCES: Los Angeles Times
Police are currently stationed outside of Chris Brown’s home in Tarzana, California, waiting for the R&B singer to surrender after a woman claimed Brown pulled a gun on her early Tuesday morning. Authorities are working on securing a search warrant in order to gain access to the superstar’s house.
Police have been stationed at Brown’s house since 3 am this morning after Baylee Curran, a former pageant contestant, made a 911 call to police, according to TMZ.
Brown has refused to come out, but allegedly flung a duffel bag containing weapons and drugs out the window.
Curran says Brown brandished a gun while a group of people were gathered at Brown’s house, including singer and reality star Ray J Norwood. According to reports, Norwood was getting a tattoo at the time of the incident. He was reportedly stopped and handcuffed by police as he exited the home, but was later released. His car was also seized as evidence, according to Vulture .
Brown posted a series of passionate Instagram videos, saying he woke up to the sound of police sirens surrounding his house. He says he is innocent, while also criticizing the police for their treatment of Blacks and minorities.
Ray J has also come out in the singer’s defense, saying that the story has been “blown up into way more than something it should be.”
This story is developing.
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