A partially clothed woman broke into the Agoura Hills home of Chris Brown and vandalized it, the singer said on his Instagram account Thursday morning.
Brown wrote in the post that he arrived home only to discover that the hinges on some of his doors had been broken.
When he went inside, Brown found "I love you" had been written on the home's walls. The woman also apparently painted her name on his cars, he wrote.
Additionally, the singer stated in the post, his daughter's clothing and his dog's stuff had been thrown outside the home.
Aerial video from Sky5 above an Agoura Hills home on Mulholland Highway appeared to show several items scattered outside.
Although the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department did not mention Chris Brown by name in a news release, they did confirm a woman was arrested in the the 29000 block of Mulholland Highway after they received a phone call stating an intruder broke into a home about 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.
“The victim stated that the suspect was unknown. We responded to the location and we found the suspect inside the residence she was subsequently arrested for breaking and entering and felony vandalism,” Deputy Sara Rodriguez of the Sheriff’s Department stated.
The alleged intruder was identified by the Sheriff’s Department as 21-year-old Amira Ayeb.
Ayeb was being held on $50,000 bail and was scheduled to appear in court on May 11, according to the news release.
Brown posted a photo of the alleged intruder, who appeared to be wearing only a white towel wrapped around her body and another one draped around her shoulders.
"I love my fans but this is some on some real real crazy s---!" he wrote. "I pray she will get help."