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Chris Brown’s Home Robbed, Singer's Aunt Forced Into Closet At Gunpoint

CB wasn't home at the time of the robbery.

Three armed men allegedly broke into Chris Brown’s San Fernando Valley home at approximately 2:00 a.m. on Wednesday (July 15).

They found the singer’s aunt inside and forced her into a closet at gunpoint before stealing money and other items, according to TMZ. The men - who reportedly targeted the home due to CB’s ownership - fled before police responded to a 911 call.

The singer was at Los Angeles’ Argyle nightclub from around 12:30 a.m. to approximately 2:13 a.m., the website reported. He briefly visited the property soon after, according to the Los Angeles Times.

MTV News contacted the Los Angeles Police Department for a statement on the matter.

"Right now, we sent a PIO [Public Information Officer] to the scene," LAPD's Officer Ludwick told MTV News today when reached for comment. "They're going to gather more information from detectives and then address the media."

At press time, it is unknown if the alleged robbers have been arrested.

Chris Brown is currently working on a new album, slated to be released this year.