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Aug. 31 2016, Updated 4:26 p.m. ET

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Baylee Curran may be accusing Chris Brown of a crime, but RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that the failed pageant queen has her own sordid history of run-ins with the law!

Curran is reportedly wanted for questioning by police in New York City after an incident involving a stolen wallet containing credit cards and around $1,000 in cash.

According to an NYPD spokesperson, Curran was visiting the Big Apple with two friends in 2013. After the women fought, one of Curran's pals took off with the other’s wallet. While Curran’s rep noted that she was not aware that police wanted to speak with her about the alleged grand larceny, Curran could be hauled in for questioning if she ever steps foot in New York City.

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However, Radar has discovered that cops were able to confront Curran in California following several other run-ins with the law.

In September 2010, Curran paid $395 in fines and fees after she failed to provide police with evidence of her car’s “current registration” and “proof of financial responsibility.”

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And in February 2012, she was caught driving with a suspended/revoked license and later pleaded guilty to the charges, resulting in three years of probation, court fines and charges totaling of $1,750 and an order not to drive until properly licensed.

The following year, Curran was again stopped by police and consequently convicted for having “no evidence” of her vehicle’s current registration. She was forced to cough up a total of $936 for the offense.

As Radar reported, Curran is currently accusing Brown, 27, of pointing a gun at her during an argument that took place in the early morning hours of Aug. 30 at the rapper’s Tarzana, Calif., home.

Though Brown denies the allegations, he was placed under arrest Tuesday evening before posting a $250,000 bond.

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