Child Services Launch Investigation On Chris Brown as Japan Denies Him Entry
Chris Brown is facing the toughest time ever, again. According to TMZ, Child Services have launched an investigation on him after an anonymous person reported that he exposed his daughter Royalty to danger.
Chris Brown‘s getting a visit from police and child services as part of the investigation into the alleged gun incident at his house … TMZ has learned.
Law enforcement sources tell us DCFS went to Chris’ house Thursday afternoon to check on his daughter Royalty‘s well-being. We’re told the 2-year-old is at the house right now. LAPD is accompanying the DCFS investigator.
Our sources connected to Chris tell us they believe Nia Guzman — Royalty’s mother — filed a complaint against him after Baylee Curran claimed Brown pulled a gun on her.
Chris was booked for assault with a deadly weapon. The D.A. has yet to file any charges against him.
Recall that last month, Baylee Curran accused Breezy of pulling a gun on her, and this led to a messy stand off with the police. Eventually, the singer was arrested and then released on bond.
Now, Breezy is being investigated for exposing his daughter to an unknown form of danger, and TMZ adds that the singer refused the investigators and the LAPD from entering his home. Also, sources close to the singer claim that his child’s mother, Nia Guzman, filed the complaint against him, a claim Guzman tenaciously denies.
And that’s not all, Japan reportedly has denied Breezy a working visa to enable him perform in the country this September, and it is all thanks to the Baylee Curran case.
TMZ says that Breezy is scheduled to appear at the Tokyo International Forum on September 26-27, but just like it was during his troubles with the Australian government, he has been denied entrance.
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