A naked woman broke into Chris Brown 's house.

TMZ Reports that a random woman invited herself into Brown's home, got completely naked and waited for the singer in his bed. Not only that she reportedly spray painted "I Love You" on the kitchen counter and vandalized Chris' silver Rolls-Royce plus his black Range Rover by spray painting "Mrs. Brown" on them. CB and his security team arrived to the house from their Las Vegas trip at 9 p.m. last night (May 6) when they found women's clothing in the foyer. After his team investigated the house, they found the woman and quickly called the police. She was arrested and charged with felony burglary and felony vandalism. Police believe she was there for a while, finding plates in the sink.

The intruder Amira Kodcia Ayeb is a 21-year-old from Tunisia and is an aspiring singer who attends the University of Houston. A friend of Ayeb told TMZ that she hopped on a bus last week and said she was going to see Chris. Her current bail is set at $50,000.

So many questions pop up. How did she get past the security system? Is she a secret spy? Who knows. Chris took to Instagram to give more details about the incident and share a picture of the intruder (see below).

The woman has been charged with breaking into his home, stalking and vandalism, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office. Ayeb faces more than seven years in state prison. Brown has no ill feelings toward her. He shared his last thoughts out Twitter.

In other CB news, his neighbors in Agoura, Calif. think he's terrorizing their quiet neighborhood with his reckless driving. TMZ reports that over the last couple of months, Chris' neighbors have called the police about the singer and his friends for doing donuts in exotic cars. The police say they will send extra officers to catch whoever is responsible.

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