(AllHipHop News) Chris Brown’s latest legal foray has just begun, but he may have just scored a major legal victory.
His lawyer claims that the Los Angeles Police Department didn’t find a gun on the premises after receiving a search warrant to search the Tarzana, California mansion.
Brown’s attorney Mark Geragos told the Los Angeles Times that there was no gun found on the singer’s property. Additionally, Geragos charges that the jewelry described by accuser Baylee Curran wasn’t located either.
Curran claimed that Breezy put a gun to her head when she attempted to touch some jewelry for sale in his house. The singer has vehemently refuted these claims.
“It has become apparent that the allegations are not just false but fabricated,” Geragos told The Times.
Based on Curran’s allegations, Chris Brown was was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, but posted $250,000 bail on Tuesday. He has yet to be formally charged with any crime.
Brown has an arraignment on Sept. 20.
Curran’s checkered past has also become a point of discussion.
She is a “dethroned beauty queen” that is wanted for a 2013 purse snatching at the Plaza Hotel in New York City. She allegedly stole a friend’s Louis Vuitton bag and the cash and credit cards inside.
She also accused a male roommate of assault in 2013, but he charged that she was intoxicated and violent towards his friend. The case was dismissed after Curran failed to show up to court.
Chuck Creekmur commented on the matter with Lisa Ever of New York's Fox 5.
"My biggest concerns right now are that Chris Brown may - quite frankly - be accused of something he didn't do," Creekmur stated, noting the extreme police force used in the matter.