Singer Chris Brown is out early Wednesday morning. He was arrested Tuesday on for assault with a deadly weapon after a long standoff with Los Angeles Police. He was released on $250,000 bail.
A tweet was made by Mark Geragos, Brown’s longtime attorney who previously said that he planned to post bail for Brown. His tweet says:
Thanks to everyone for their support and well wishes. Chris is out and well. The allegations against him are demonstrably false #TeamBreezy
— Mark Geragos (@markgeragos) August 31, 2016
In previous reports, it was said that the police came to Brown’s Los Angeles home to respond to a woman’s call for help. BBC News report said that the call happened at about 3 o’clock in the morning but the police were allegedly denied entry and have to wait for a judge to approve the search warrant to enter the property and search for a weapon.
As detectives waited for the warrant, Brown shared videos on his Instagram account and criticized the media for portraying him as a villain.
The woman, Beauty queen Baylee Curran told the Los Angeles Times that she wanted to talk to Brown about future projects and went to his residence with a friend and a business associate who was invited by the musician.
She said she was admiring the jewelry showcased by a man who’s also inside the house and was told to back away from the diamond necklace. That’s when Brown allegedly pointed the gun at her and told her to get out.
Curran fled outside with a friend but was asked to sign a nondisclosure agreement by Brown’s associate when she was getting her phone. It was previously handed over as a condition for entering the property.
Refusing to comply, Curran snatched the phone from the man, ran away with her friend and escaped to a neighbor’s property.
The police were able to enter the property shortly before 1 pm and at least half a dozen people exited the home, a few of them holding their hands behind their heads.
Of course, Brown denied wrongdoing, and criticized law enforcement.