Singer Chris Brown posts videos as police wait outside home


A SWAT team has reportedly been dispatched to Chris Brown's home where he allegedly pulled a gun on a woman inside, TMZ reports.

Los Angeles Lakers player Nick Young posted a video to social media, telling Brown that "he got to move and get away from here".

In the first clip, he says, "So I'm sleep half the damn night, I just wake up all these motherf-king helicopter choppers is around, the police out there at the gate".

LAPD confirms to CNN that officers responded to a woman's call for help at Brown's suburban residence. No arrests have been made, according to Lt. Chris Ramirez with the LAPD.

Brown, who won a Grammy for his 2011 album F.A.M.E.

Brown posted three videos to his official Instagram account, bemoaning what he feels is police harassment and a double standard as well.

"When I call the police for unsafe people that are stalking my life, they don't come till the next day".

CBS Local says a woman was taken out of the house in a squad auto, but no injuries or arrests were reported as the investigation continued. The "Female Stalker" also says alleges pregnant, and Brown's the Father. One of the women called 911 and filed a report claiming Brown threatened her with a gun.

In the meantime, TMZ reports that Brown threw a bag containing weapons and drugs out of one of the windows, while surrounded by police.

It is then that an argument broke out resulting in Chris "pulling a gun" on of two women who were asked to leave his house.

"Detectives are trying to make contact with Brown", Ramirez said.

Police were waiting for a judge to approve a search warrant for the home in the San Fernando Valley area, Officer Lyle Knight told The Associated Press.

Calls and emails seeking comments from Geragos and other representatives were not returned Tuesday.