Chris Brown rises up out of home after police serve warrant, artist posts Instagram rages: Chris Brown left his Los Angeles home gently Tuesday after a hourslong standoff with police who reacted to a lady's call for help.
Police Lt. Chris Ramirez told journalists that few individuals were escorted from the living arrangement after a court order was served.
No captures had been made and everybody has been agreeable, he said.
Police said the lady who decided for help around 3 a.m. was not inside the ridge domain in the San Fernando Valley. Ramirez did not distinguish the lady or expand on the help she required. He didn't know whether she was harmed.
Chestnut's lawyer Mark Geragos touched base at the home in no time before the warrant was served.
As indicated by numerous media outlets, a lady asserted Brown pointed a firearm at her before she could get away. The LAPD told FOX411: 'No shots were discharged... at this moment that is all we have.'
Chestnut, 27, posted two recordings on Instagram from inside the house. Conversing with the camera in one, the rapper recognized law…