Posted by , Sep 22, 2016 at 10:47pm
The Department of Child & Family Services reportedly tried paying a visit to Chris Brown's home on Thursday.

It looks like Chris Brown’s pending gun charges are hurting more than just his chances of entering Japan next week for his show. According to TMZ, the Department of Child & Family Services are investigating Chris & reportedly paid a visit to his home on Thursday to check on the well being on his daughter Royalty following the alleged gun incident & standoff with police last month.  

Chris apparently refused to speak with investigators, and didn’t even let the LAPD or DCFS representive enter his security gate on Thursday.

Sources told TMZ that they believe the visit was prompted by the mother of Royalty, Nia Guzman. Sources believe Guzman filed a complaint against Chris Brown following the news of him being arrested for assault with a deadly weapon.

However, Chris has yet to be charged for anything from the incident thanks to the lack of evidence the D.A. has. We’ll continue to keep you posted.

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Chris Brown Reportedly Being Investigated By Child Services Following Alleged Gun Charges

The Department of Child & Family Services reportedly tried paying a visit to Chris Brown's home on Thursday.


It looks like Chris Brown’s pending gun charges are hurting more than just his chances of entering Japan next week for his show. According to TMZ, the Department of Child & Family Services are investigating Chris & reportedly paid a visit to his home on Thursday to check on the well being on his daughter Royalty following the alleged gun incident & standoff with police last month.  

Chris apparently refused to speak with investigators, and didn’t even let the LAPD or DCFS representive enter his security gate on Thursday.

Sources told TMZ that they believe the visit was prompted by the mother of Royalty, Nia Guzman. Sources believe Guzman filed a complaint against Chris Brown following the news of him being arrested for assault with a deadly weapon.

However, Chris has yet to be charged for anything from the incident thanks to the lack of evidence the D.A. has. We’ll continue to keep you posted.

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