Several of Chris Brown’s close friends were in on the home invasion robbery, at least that’s what Chris believes and we’ve learned cops have the same view.
A new report indicates that the “Loyal” singer’s close friends were in on last week’s home invasion, Hype Life Magazine has learned.
Last Wednesday, Chris Brown’s Tarzana home was invaded by four men carrying handguns.
Brown’s aunt answered the door before the intruders forced her into a closet and demanded to know where the safe was. They eventually fled by car.
Cops now believe that not only were Brown’s friends involved, but Bloods gang members were as well, they have assigned an officer from LAPD’s Gang Unit to the case.
Brown’s camp has already had “the talk” with him and recommended that he cut off members of his crew “immediately.”
Additionally, a club promoter may have been involved, someone who would know for a fact that Brown would have $50,000 cash in the house, as the result of getting paid for a promotional club appearance.
In other news, Chris Brown was prevented from flying out of Manila on Wednesday, July 22 due to a lookout bulletin order (LBO) from the Department of Justice (DOJ).
This is in reaction to an alleged breach of agreement by Brown given that he was originally set to perform in the Philippines at a New Year’s Eve concert at the Philippine Arena in 2014. At the time, Brown said he had to cancel because he claimed he lost his passport.
In a letter addressed to Justice Secretary Leila de Lima, Glicerio Santos IV, chief legal counsel of Iglesia ni Cristo and chief operating officer of Maligaya Development Corporation, wrote to request the prosecution of a criminal complaint against Brown and John Michael Roda. According to the letter, Roda was the one who was asked by MDC to bring the artist to the Philippines. MDC manages Ciudad de Victoria, where the Philippine Arena is located. According to the letter, Brown and Roda are the subjects of an estafa complaint.
“After making representations that Mr Brown would perform thereat, and after having fully paid for both their services, Mr Brown failed to appear and perform at the concert, to the damage and prejudice of MDC.
“We would appreciate any assistance you can provide to us to protect the interest of MDC, and ultimately, to serve as an example to producers and talents who employ such fraudulent schemes to obtain money from legitimate businesses in the country,” read the letter.
Brown held a concert in Manila on Tuesday, July 21 at the Mall of Asia arena, and was supposed to leave via private plane from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in the afternoon the next day.
But Brown was advised to secure clearance from the DOJ. According to an ABS-CBN report, Justice Secretary Leila de Lima confirmed that the DOJ had issued a LBO against Brown.