Chris Brown new multimillion dollar mansion in the San Fernando Valley was robbed after armed thugs forced their way inside and held his aunt hostage.
Multiple reports confirmed that the incident took place last night between 12 Midnight and 2AM while the “Ayo” singer was hosting a pre-ESPY award at Argyle nightclub in Hollywood.
TMZ reported that the armed men held a gun at Chris Brown’s aunt head and forced her into a closet before turning the house upside down and made off with cash and electronics.
Sources say the men told Brown’s aunt that they know that the home is owned by Chris Brown.
The R&B singer’s mother, Joyce Hawkins, is casting the blame squarely at Chris Brown’s associates as if to say it could be an inside job.
“Watch who you standing beside,” she tweeted this morning.
Chris Brown has been posted photos of his new pad on his Instagram since he officially moved in earlier this month. The singer reportedly paid upwards of $4 million for the property and outfitted it with a state of the art security system.
He has even invited his ex-girlfriend Rihanna to come get a tour of the property. But chances are she won’t be there anytime soon after this robbery.
Brown has not said anything about the home invasion so far, but we’re told that he is fully cooperating with cops who are combing through surveillance footage for any clue to catch these robbers.