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Chris Brown Accused Of Threatening Woman With Gun In L.A. Home

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Aug. 30 2016, Updated 3:33 p.m. ET

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Chris Brown has found himself in trouble with the law yet again.

The bad boy singer is at the center of a criminal investigation involving an assault at his mansion in Los Angeles' Tarzana neighborhood, The Los Angeles Police Department confirms to RadarOnline.com.

"The Robbery-Homicide Division is handling the investigation," Officer Brown, unrelated to the star, exclusively tells Radar. "There is no other information available at this time."

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According to reports, Brown, 27, has been accused of threatening a woman with a gun while partying with friends including Ray J early this morning.

Police are seeking a search warrant in order to enter the home and obtain the weapon.

A local CBS news affiliate has released a video of the alleged victim leaving the premises in a police car.

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Brown has been accused of violent behavior toward women in the past. Rihanna in 2009, and just earlier this year, model Liziane Gutierrez claimed he punched her in the face at a Las Vegas party. (The father of one was never charged with a crime in the latter case.)

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UPDATE:

Brown has denied the allegations in a shocking series of Instagram videos. "When you get the warrant...you can walk right up in here and see nothing, you idiots," he slurred.

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