‘Unruly’ Chris Brown’s neighbours fed up

2017-03-12 14:57
 
 

Chris Brown’s unruly behaviour has landed him in hot water.

TMZ, a celebrity gossip news site, reported yesterday that the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) wanted a meeting with the singer after it received a litany of complaints from his neighbours.

A source told TMZ that the LAPD division that covers his San Fernando Valley neighbourhood is fed up with receiving complaints about Brown’s behaviour.

The complaints include disturbing the peace (noise), drugs, assaults and riding various vehicles recklessly on public roads.

“We’ve been told the police want to get Chris in line. The brass at the division will ask him to come to the station so they can lay out the problems and see if he’ll see the light,” TMZ reported.

Another source said: “Chris is a chronic problem who takes up a tremendous amount of our resources.”

In November last year, one of Brown’s neighbours, who was tired of watching the star driving recklessly on the road, recorded him traversing one of the streets in the hood. In the video the singer is seen showing off in grand fashion.

This was the second such video to surface. In May, a similar video went viral when another neighbour complained on social media about Brown’s antics.

This video showed Brown and a friend, each on an all-terrain vehicle (ATV), and another friend on a three-wheeler, driving at a high speed in San Fernando Valley. They can be seen spinning the ATVs.

The video was later handed over to the LAPD, which forwarded it to the city attorney for a possible criminal prosecution for disturbing the peace.

Brown was never prosecuted on the matter. 

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