Chris Brown Finds Random Woman In His Bed, But He Really Didn't Need To Post Her Picture On Social Media
Whoa. Talk about a strange story. Chris Brown found a naked woman in his bed, the singer revealed via Instagram on Thursday. What's so scary about that? Well, Brown says it was a stranger and not someone he knew. On Wednesday, E! News reported Brown entered his California home and discovered the woman's clothes in his foyer. According to the report, he then found the anonymous 21-year-old woman without any clothes in his bed.
In addition, Brown claims that the woman spray painted "I love you" on his kitchen counter, put used dishes in the sink, and even ate some of his food. If that isn't bad enough, the woman allegedly vandalized Brown's Rolls Royce and Range Rover by spelling out "Mrs. Brown" in spray paint.
Upon finding the stranger, E! News claims Brown and his security team called the police who booked the woman for felony burglary and felony vandalism. According to E! News, Brown had been in Las Vegas for a few days before the woman was found so it's unclear how long she was in his home.
Along with sharing the photo of the random woman, Brown posted the following about his encounter:
I get home and find this crazy individual in my house. She had broken the hinges off the doors. She Found time to cook her several meAls. She Wrote "I love you" on the walls. She threw out my daughters clothing as well as my dogs stuff. Then had all these crazy voodoo things around my crib. goes to show you how crazy people are crazy! And she painted her name on my cars!!!! I love my fans but this is some on some real real crazy shit! I pray she will get help .
You hear about celebrities having stalkers and even people breaking into their homes, which is frightening. To walk in your home and find a random person in your bed without any clothes on, well, that's a whole new level of scary. With that said, for Brown to share the woman's photo on social media, well, that wasn't the best move.
First, if I entered my home and found some random person chilling in my bed naked, I would be out of my house so fast — not taking the stranger's photo. I would call the police, stat, and try to ensure that the intruder didn't leave before authorities arrived, while making sure I was safe in the process.
Second, do I think this woman should absolutely be punished for her actions? Yes, because breaking into someone's home is not OK. However, for Brown to post her photo is a little messed up. Brown should let the police do their job by releasing details and images of the woman, if needed. Also, if the woman is mentally ill, as Brown seems to imply in his post, then she probably needs serious help and not to be ridiculed all over the Internet. Hopefully, if she needs help, she'll receive it in private without any more commentary from Chris Brown.
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