Alleged Intruder Charged with Stalking, Breaking into Chris Brown’s Home
If convicted, she faces more than seven years in state prison.
The woman Chris Brown shamed on Instagram this week for breaking into his home has been charged with stalking, the L.A. County District Attorney announced Friday.
The D.A.'s office released the following statement: "A female suspected of breaking into singer Chris Brown’s Agoura Hills home, living there for several days and vandalizing his property was charged today."
Amira Kodcia Ayeb "is charged with one felony count each of first-degree residential burglary, stalking and vandalism. She allegedly broke into Brown’s home on May 2 and vandalized his house and cars. She was arrested Wednesday after Brown returned home. If convicted, she faces more than seven years in state prison."
Prosecutors are asking for $220,000 bail. Ayeb is expected to be arraigned Friday afternoon. The case is still under investigation by the L.A. County Sheriff's Department.
Brown posted a photo of Ayeb on Instagram following her arrest, writing, "I get home and find this crazy individual in my house. She had broken the hinges off the doors. She Found time to cook her several meals. She wrote, ‘I love you’ on the walls. She threw out my daughters clothing as well as my dog’s stuff. Then had all these crazy voodoo things around my crib. Goes to show you how crazy people are crazy!”
The Instagram post has since been deleted.