UPDATED: Chris Brown emerged from his Los Angeles home on Tuesday afternoon following a standoff with police.
The Los Angeles Police Department obtained a search warrant to investigate an incident at the home of the R&B singer, after a woman, who hasn’t been identified yet, claimed the singer threatened her with a gun, pointing the weapon at her during a violent rage.
The LAPD’s Robbery-Homicide Division is currently at Brown’s Tarzana residence after a call came in on Tuesday at around 3 a.m. from a woman requesting help near the location. No arrests have been made.
LAPD Deputy Chief Bob Green said during a press conference on Tuesday afternoon that investigators intend to search the property for the weapon in question. Brown’s attorney, Mark Geragos, who didn’t respond to Variety‘s request for comment, met with Brown at his home shortly before the warrant was served.
According to NBC News, Brown initially refused to exit his house and cooperate with authorities.
Brown responded to the police activity outside his L.A. home, slamming the cops and the media’s portrayal of him, with two videos on Instagram.
“So I’m asleep half the damn night, and I just wake up all these motherf—ing helicopters choppers is around police out there out the gate. C’mon my n—- what the f— else do you want from me,” he said. “I stay out of the way taking care of my daughter. Do work. I don’t f— with ugly bitches, trifling bitches whatever the f— it is. I’m not on that, bro. I’m way too tired to be dealing with this bulls—.”
He added, “Every three months y’all get tired of me. You gotta be. Every three months y’all come up with something, bro. what is it? What’s goin to be next? Imma fart an elephant? C’mon my n—-. But at the same time when I call the police for stalker people that are endangering my life, they don’t come until the next day. Let somebody make a f–ked up allegation about me and oh yeah the whole f—ing SWAT team. My n—- I’m innocent f— everybody I’m tired of hearing this s—.”
Brown was on probation until last year after pleading guilty to attacking his then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.
According to KABC, Brown house has been visited by the police five times in the past year over disturbing the peace complaints.
CLARIFICATION: The LAPD described the situation as a “homicide incident” — a term used to describe incidents being investigated by the Robbery-Homicide Division. The team handles high-profile cases, including those involving celebrities, in addition to murders and robberies.