Chris Brown combats neighbor complaints

    Chris Brown said his neighbors are exaggerating claims that he’s a disruptive tenant.

    Earlier this week, Chris’ neighbors ran to with complaints that he was parking in handicapped spaces and had vandalized an elevator. Yesterday, Breezy hit up Twitter to speak up for himself.

    "So this is cleared up…My neighbor has a problem with me (as do some people) so this whole tmz story is a way to continue…The bs," Chris wrote before claiming that his neighbors framed him for scratching the letters "C" and "B" into an elevator door. "My neighbor carves my name in our elevator to incriminate me so it looks like I’m a reckless 22 [year] old."

    As for allegations that he’s illegally parking in handicapped slots, the singer echoed statements from his lawyer, Mark Geragos, that the spaces actually belong to him. "My parking spaces in my building that were assigned to me when I bought this crib are painted over with handicap and ‘No Parking’ signs," Breezy tweeted. "My neighbor also calls the parking enforcement everyday [sic] so I get a 360-dollar ticket for each of my cars. (everyday)."

    Chris didn’t comment about claims that he races dogs in the hallway and blasts loud music at all hours of the day and night. To Chris, he should be able to live as he pleases like anyone else.

    "A person should be able to live in his or her own company of their house! I’m barely home so these stories and accusations are so childish!" The singer stated. "But no worries, I’ll be a good little boy! There is always 3 sides to a story, my side, your side, and the truth!"

    He finshed off his statement, tweeting, "I feel I have to explain myself because my brand/life is always being slandered and tampered with! ITS GOTTA STOP!  No need for me to play the victim. Just wanna live my life and just make music!"



    — Sonya Eskridge




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