Chris BrownThe 32nd anniversary celebration, which was also in Cinco de Mayo, ended abruptly after neighbors filed a noise complaint.
According to a report by TMZ Thursday, May 6, the LAPD ended Breezy’s festivities at his home in San Fernando Valley, Calif., early this morning around 2 a.m.
An LAPD representative confirmed the noise complaint and the dispersal of the crowd with XXL this afternoon. The representative said, “Officers responded to a very loud call in the 19,600 block of Citrus Ridge and dispersed a large crowd. No incidents were reported.”
The outlet claims that when the police arrived at the home, officers spoke to Chris BrownSecurity. The music was turned down, but that resulted in the end of the party. Cops also estimated there were between 400 and 500 people in attendance.
In video footage obtained by TMZ, a fleet of LAPD cars and trucks is seen outside Chris Brownhome, in addition to many luxury vehicles like Mercedes Benz and Range Rover trucks trying to get out of the Breezy neighborhood. Some of the illegally parked cars were ticketed.
A helicopter was also hovering over the premises.
Apparently, due to previous incidents in the Slime & B the artist’s house, four police cars and a supervisor were dispatched to Breezy’s residence following the noise call.
Previous incidents that have happened at his home include the police welfare check at Breezy’s mansion in 2019 after revealing his address online while feuding with Offset and his house was searched in 2016 and law enforcement discovered guns and drugs.
Watch video footage of the police ending Chris Brown’s party below.
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