Chris Brown is being investigated by child protective services following his recent arrest on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon.

Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services reportedly visited Brown’s home yesterday (Sept 22) to check on his 2-year-old daughter Royalty.

Chris refused to speak with the investigators and apparently wouldn’t even let Los Angeles Police Department or the Department  of Children and Family Services representative enter his security gate, according to TMZ

It is believed that Royalty’s mother, Nia Guzman, filed the complaint against Brown after Baylee Curran claimed Brown pulled a gun on her.

In August, the singer engaged in a nine-hour standoff with police after Curran called to report she had been threatened with a weapon while attending a party at his home. TMZ reported that Brown tossed a duffel bag filled with at least one gun, other weapons and drugs from his window and shouted to cops “come and get me,” as the police waited outside of his home.

However, Brown’s attorney told media reporters that no guns or drugs were found at the home and Royalty was not present at the time of the incident.

Legal expert Troy Slaten told reporters at the time that this case “will almost certainly be the basis for additional proceedings in family court over the status of Royalty,” and explains that Guzman could fight for sole custody as well as more child support.

Slaten also believes that Guzman will use Brown’s recent legal troubles as a basis to petition the court to grant her sole physical custody. She also might request that any visitation Brown receives be monitored.

“I expect to see movement on the family law case immediately,” Slaten reveals.

“Guzman can file an emergency petition to have the court act ‘in the best interests of the child.'”

As you might expect, Brown has some thoughts on this topic.

“I take care of my daughter fully,” Brown said in an Instagram video on Thursday that has since been deleted.

He continued:

“Somebody make an accusation, 90 percent of y’all believe it, and it’s bullsh-t. The last three weeks or whatever been going on with the accusations, you know it’s false.

“I don’t get the benefit of the doubt as everybody else.

“I take great pride in being a father. I love my daughter. All these allegations and bullsh-t, stop lying bro.”

In addition to the investigation, Brown’s gun assault arrest has prevented him from entering Japan.

E! News has confirmed that the singer was scheduled to perform in Tokyo next week, but was denied permission to enter the country via working visa because of the ongoing investigation.

A Japanese consulate official tells TMZ, who first reported the story, that the country has a very low tolerance for admitting visitors with criminal backgrounds and open cases.

Brown and his legal team plan to reapply before his Japan tour dates.

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