Nia Guzman's Attorney Says Royalty Was in Chris Brown's Home During Raid: Here's All the Details

Nia Guzman Says Royalty Was in Chris Brown's Home During Raid: Here's All You Need to Know
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Chris Brown is a free man... for now. 

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The singer was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon after reportedly threatening a woman with a gun. The woman in question is Baylee Curran, a model and former beauty queen, who called the police after fearing her life. 

"I went into the backyard just for a little bit, and then I came back in and there was a man selling diamond watches and necklaces," she told E! News. "I did not pick it up. I did not touch it, take it, or grab it—anything to that sort. That's when Chris Brown's friend—or I don't know who that was, a guy with dreads—kind of came after me and was nudging me out saying, "Get out! Don't touch the jewelry.' He was calling me names and that's when Chris Brown kind of went off, pulled out his gun, and said, 'Get the f--k out!'"

Nia Guzman's attorney has come out and said that Royalty was in the house when the alleged felony assault occurred. He went on to say that the two-year-old was taken to school where Guzman picked her up and took her to a safe place. Rumor has it that Curran and Guzman are friends so it all seems a bit fishy especially after Brown and Ray J have slammed the allegations via social media. Curran is also rumored to be stolen a Louis Vuitton purse from The Plaza Hotel. 

"Yo, this Ray J. Check it out. I'm real upset about today. I'm not happy with how things are handled and how people can take a false story and blow it up into something way more than what it should be," Ray J said. "You got just positive people around and you look outside and it's like a war zone for no reason for somebody, some stranger said about something that don't got nothing to do with nothing. And to react like that so fast without really knowing the facts and knowing what's up ain't cool, and you know, it's just not right. It shouldn't be like this. I support the homie Chris and I support the whole movement. I'm here, and again, man, this s--t has to change. It can't be like this every time somebody yippin' and yappin' to get an extra buck. You know it turns around and it's all back on us. Ain't cool."

Brown posted and deleted a series of Instagram videos when he found out that there were news helicopters circling his house and camera crews surrounding his hilltop property in Tarzana, California. He refused to his house leading to a 14-hour standoff with police. 

"So I'm sleep half the damn night. I just wake up and all these mother--king helicopter, choppers is around. Police out there at the gate. C'mon, my n---a! What the fuck else do y'all want from me, bro? I stay out of the way take care of my daughter, do work! I don't even f--k ugly bitches, trifling bitches, whatever the f--k it is. I'm not on that bro. I'm way too tired to be dealing with this bulls--t," he said in another clip. "Y'all, every three months you get tired of me right? You gotta be. Every three months y'all come up with something, bro. What is it? What's going to be next? Imma fart an elephant? C'mon, my n---a. But at the same time when I call the police for stalker people that are endangering my life they don't come till the next day, let somebody make a f--ked up allegation about me, and oh! You get a whole f--king SWAT team. My n---a, I'm innocent. F--k everybody in this s--t."

He went on to say, "I don't give a f--k. I'm not running for politics. I don't give f--k if I get personal opinion; all y'all can suck a fart out my ass for all I care. What I do care about is y'all defacing my name as a person and my character and my integrity. I am father. I am one of the best entertainers out here without bragging and saying woe is me I don't get enough credit. All y'all n---as know I am your daddy, n---a. So at the end of the day, I'm tired of this s—t. I'm up at 6, 7 something in the morning talking this s--t for something I didn't do. How would you feel?"

Brown's attorney tweeted after the singer was released on a $250,000 bail. 

"Thanks to everyone for their support and well wishes," Mark Geragos tweeted. "Chris is out and well. The allegations against him are demonstrably false #TeamBreezy."

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This is a story that is clearly still developing and we can't wait for the truth come out.