R&B singer Chris Brown posted videos online declaring himself to be innocent while police responded to a call Tuesday alleging domestic violence took place at his home.
KTLA-TV reported that police responded to the home after a woman called to say Brown had threatened her and pointed a gun at her.
Authorities circled the property while they obtained a search warrant to look for the weapon used in the alleged incident. While the woman left the house, Brown refused.
According to TMZ, police “retrieved at least one gun, other weapons and drugs” from Brown's home after he “threw a duffel bag out the window.”
TMZ added that Brown taunted police, saying, "Come and get me."
During the standoff, Brown took to Instagram to post a series of rambling, expletive-laced rants in which he claimed to be innocent.
Brown called the ordeal a “promo kick” for his latest music and ranted about Black Lives Matter and the police, saying law enforcement hasn't been responsive when he’s called them about stalkers.
"I ain't did s**t,” he said. “I ain't going to do s**t. And it's always going to be be f*** the police, black lives matter n*****. I don't care y'all going to stay playing with me like I'm the villain out here, like I'm going crazy. You guys got me f***ed up though because good luck when you get the warrant or whatever you need to do. You're going to walk right up in here and you're going to see nothing, you idiots. I'm tired of f***ing dealing with you all, y'all the worst gang in the world, the police, and I said it."
Brown also took issue with a media report that said he “barricaded” himself in his home, arguing that he lives in a “palace.”
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KTLA also pointed out that Brown has a “history” of abusing women, such as a 2009 incident involving his ex-girlfriend Rihanna.
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