Chris Brown’s security problems continue with armed break-in

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There is no questionChris Brown has a serious security problem afterthe latest break-in at the R&B star’s home in Tarzana, California. The mansion was invaded by masked armed robbers early Wednesday morning. On top of that, the music superstar’s aunt was forced — at gunpoint — into a closet, while the thieves ransacked the estate.

Brown was not home at the time (approximately 4 a.m. Chicago time). After the burglars left, Brown’s aunt phoned the police. When they arrived they discovered cash and a number of unidentified valuable possessions were stolen. A Brown source told the Sun-Times a number of pricey watches, jewelry items and a laptop were among the items taken by the intruders.

Brown has had a problem with home security. Just two months ago, an intruder and stalker, known as Amira Ayeb, was found naked in his house. She had left the house a mess with food and dishes thrown all around the property. In addition, she defaced Brown’s Rolls Royce and Range Rover and painted “Mrs. Brown” on both vehicles.

Ayeb was later charged with three felonies, including vandalism, burglary, and stalking.

After that incident, Brown indicated he would be beefing up the security at the home. It appears that has not happened.

The singer’s mother, Joyce Hawkins, told TMZ she believes it was an “inside job,” noting she has warned her son for years about people in his entourage whom she referred to as his “no-good-ass friends.”

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