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Woman Who Broke Into Chris Brown’s Home Pleads Not Guilty

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Woman Who Broke Into Chris Brown’s Home Pleads Not Guilty

The woman that was discovered naked in Chris Brown's California Home On Wednesday (May 6) has pleaded not guilty to felony charges of stalking, vandalism and burglary.

As previously reported, Brown returned home from his trip to Las Vegas to find Amira Ayeb, an aspiring singer from Tunisia, lying nude in his bed. He called the police and the 21-year-old was arrested on felony counts of residential burglary and vandalism after she ripped his door off the hinges, painted "I love you" on his walls and branded his cars with her name.

Brown broadcast the incident on Instagram by sharing a photo of Ayeb, captioning the shot, "I get home and find this crazy individual in my house."

During a court appearance in Los Angeles County Superior Court in Van Nuys on Friday (May 6), Ayeb pleaded not guilty to the charges and was hit with protective order banning her from contacting Brown for three years. Prosecutors had requested a judge to set her bail at $220,000.

She faces up to seven years in prison if convicted.

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