Alleged Chris Brown Stalker, 21, Pleads Not Guilty in Break-in at Singer’s Agoura Hills Home

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Chris Brown posted this photo on Instagram on May 7, 2015, of a woman he said broke into his home.

Chris Brown posted this photo on Instagram on May 7, 2015, of a woman he said broke into his home.

A 21-year-old woman who allegedly broke into singer Chris Brown’s home in Agoura Hills and vandalized the property entered a not guilty plea in court Friday.

Amira Kodcia Ayeb was arraigned in Van Nuys Superior Court on one felony count each of first-degree residential burglary, stalking and vandalism. She was charged Friday, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.

Ayeb was arrested Wednesday evening after Brown returned to his home in the 29000 block of Mulholland Highway and found the unknown woman inside.

On his Instagram account Thursday morning, Brown posted a photo of the intruder apparently wearing only bath towels.

Chris Brown's gated Agoura Hills home is shown on May 7, 2015. (Credit: KTLA)

Chris Brown’s gated Agoura Hills home is shown on May 7, 2015. (Credit: KTLA)

“I love my fans but this is some on some real real crazy s—!” Brown wrote. “I pray she will get help.”

The post has since been deleted.

The woman had written “I love you” on the home’s walls, had painted her name on his cars, and thrown his daughter’s clothing and his dog’s stuff outside the home, Brown wrote.

Ayeb allegedly broke into the home May 2, four days before she was taken into custody, the DA’s office stated in a news release.

On the day she allegedly broke into the home, a YouTube channel under Ayeb’s name included a post that stated in part, “My name is Amira Kodcia Ayeb Brown, I am from Tunisia and I live in Los Angeles California I am in Malibu searching for my home.”

Amira Ayeb appears in a still from a video posted on her YouTube channel.

Amira Ayeb appears in a still from a video posted on her YouTube channel.

The prosecutor planned to ask for bail to be set at $220,000. Ayeb was being held at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood.

She faces more than seven years in state prison if convicted as charged.

No television news cameras were allowed in the courtroom. Ayeb was due back in court May 21, the DA’s office stated on Twitter.