Woman pleads not guilty after allegedly breaking into Chris Brown's home

EMBED </>More Videos

A woman accused of breaking in to Chris Brown's home in Agoura Hills pleaded not guilty Friday to residential burglary, stalking and vandalism.

A woman accused of breaking in to Chris Brown's home in Agoura Hills pleaded not guilty Friday to residential burglary, stalking and vandalism.

Amira Ayeb, 21, allegedly broke into the singer's home on May 2. She was arrested Wednesday, when Brown returned home and discovered her inside.

Ayeb allegedly stayed in the house for several days, cooked several meals, wrote "I love you" on the walls, threw out his daughter's clothing and painted her name on his cars, Brown said.

In Ayeb's last post on YouTube six days ago, she referred to herself as having the last name Brown and said she was in Malibu searching for her home.

On Friday, a judge ordered Ayeb to stay away from Brown. She is not allowed to have any electronic contact or come within 100 yards of Brown until 2018.

If convicted of her charges, she faces more than seven years in state prison.

She was being held on $220,000 bail. A preliminary hearing was scheduled for May 21.

Related Topics:
entertainmentvandalismburglaryarreststalkingAgoura HillsLos Angeles County
(Copyright ©2017 KABC-TV. All Rights Reserved.)

Load Comments