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Chris Brown's Home, Cars Vandalized by "Crazy" Fan



    A woman broke into and vandalized Chris Brown's Southern California home, painting her name on his cars and leaving "crazy voodoo" things, the singer said on social media Thursday.

    Brown posted a picture of the woman wrapped in a towel to Instagram at about 7:30 a.m., with the caption describing her as a "crazy individual." The picture was later removed from the R&B star's account.

    "She had broken the hinges off the doors," Brown said. "She Wrote 'I love you' on the walls." (sic)

    A Los Angeles County Sheriff's representative confirmed deputies went to Brown's home in Agoura Hills Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. and a woman was arrested on burglary and vandalism charges. She was identified as 21-year-old Amira Ayeb.

    The woman allegedly painted her name on his cars, cooked meals and threw out things that belonged to Brown's daughter and dog, according to the "Loyal" singer.

    Ayeb was booked into Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station on $50,000 bail, deputies said.

    Brown said he loved his fans but suggested this was too far. "I pray she will get help," added the 25-year-old pop star who has had his own recent run-in with the law.

    Brown was briefly accused of battery from an alleged fight during a basketball game in Las Vegas on Tuesday. The charges were later dropped, police said.

    A similar incident in Paul McCartney's home inspired the Beatles song "She Came In Through the Bathroom Window."