Chris Brown is being investigated by police for allegedly assaulting a woman at his Los Angeles home.
According to law enforcement sources, the alleged victim called police from Brown’s home in the San Fernando Valley.
The incident went down over the weekend. The woman claims Brown slapped her. She says he smacked the back of her head and caused her weave to fall off.
Police took a battery report which named Brown as the suspect. Sources say the woman had no visible injuries, but her weave was “dislodged.” Brown has yet to comment on the allegations.
The alleged assault against a woman comes 12 years since he was arrested for beating his then-girlfriend, Rihanna.
On February 8, 2009, Brown argued with Rihanna in a car in the early hours after an award show party. He punched her repeatedly in the face and the photos of her injuries shocked the nation.
Brown was sentenced to five years probation and ordered to 1,4000 hours of hard labor.
The trouble didn't stop there. In 2013, Brown reportedly threw a rock through his mother’s car window.
Aside from his history of being accused of violence, Brown is also dealing with a ton of other legal issues.
Back in April, Brown’s former housekeeper sued the singer after one of his dogs allegedly attacked her. According to court documents obtained by Radar, Patricia Avila says she worked at Brown’s home with her sister. She says on December 12, 2020, one of his dogs got loose and attacked her.
Brown's former housekeeper claims her sister went into the backyard to “empty a vacuum” when one of his dogs “viciously attacked her"
She says her sister was found “covered in blood while she was screaming and crying for help.” Brown reportedly called the police after finding the housekeeper. The victim was rushed to the hospital and underwent multiple surgeries.
In the lawsuit, the housekeeper is asking the court to award her unspecified damages for her pain and suffering. She says Brown should have to pay up for not keeping his home safe. Brown has yet to respond to the lawsuit.