The Los Angeles Times is reporting the $4,300,000 mansion singer Chris Brown recently purchased in Tarzana, California had a security system when it was burglarized by people who know the star. The Los Angeles Times states, "Described as a solar home and "smart house" in the listing details, the security includes 16 cameras, an alarm system and wireless controls. So much for that."
Chris Brown's new mansion
Brown's aunt was home at the time of the burglary, where she was held at gunpoint and shoved into a closet, as thieves who know the singer, stole a safe with $50,000. Brown's aunt stated the thieves specifically made mention of the safe containing "$50,000" the singer recently earned from a night club appearance. The question is was the security system on or did Brown's friends who are suspected in the robbery already know the codes from spending time in the house with him on different occasions. Brown is not always sober and who knows what his lecherous friends have been made privy to in his inebriated state.
Chris Brown dropped $4.35 million on the Tarzana home
The home theater features 14 recliners and a 120-inch wall screen. Living, family and dining rooms, a bonus room, six bedrooms and eight bathrooms are also within the more than 8,300 square feet of living space. There’s an oversized three-car garage and motor court parking for 10 cars. An outdoor living room with a full kitchen, a saltwater swimming pool with a shallow shelf and spa, a waterfall, three fire pits and an expansive lawn complete the grounds...
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