Chris Brown Sends Prayers To Fan Who Broke Into Home
Now that the shock and anger has worn off, Chris Brown says that he is praying for Amira Kodcia Ayeb, the 21-year-old woman who was arrested last week for allegedly breaking into the singer’s Agoura Hills home.
“To The young woman that broke into my house, I appreciate the dedication as a fan. I pray she gets the help she needs. It’s all love,” the singer tweeted Monday.
According to TMZ, Brown does not wish to move forward with charges against Ayeb. Instead, he would like her to seek medical assistance because he doesn’t believe jail will help. But from the looks of it, prosecutors are pursuing charges against Ayeb anyway.
KTLA 5 is reporting that Ayeb was charged with residential burglary, stalking and vandalism on Friday. The prosecutor planned to request that bail be set at $220,000. She is currently being held at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Linwood. If she is found guilty, Ayeb faces more than seven years in state prison.
Ayeb is accused of spending two days alone in the singer’s home, spray painting “I Love You” on his kitchen counter and “Mrs. Brown” on his vehicles. Brown also alleged that she tore his door off of the hinges.