Police called to Chris Brown's home over loud talking
September 1st, 2013 8:40pm EDT
Embattled R&B star Chris Brown received a visit from Los Angeles police officers on Wednesday (28Aug13) after authorities received noise complaints from disgruntled neighbours.
Cops were dispatched to the singer's home at around 3am local time to investigate reports suggesting a group of the Kiss Kiss hitmaker's pals had been talking too loudly outside Brown's pad.
According to TMZ.com, Brown was very co-operative and immediately ushered his chatty friends inside and agreed to keep the noise down to avoid further disturbances.
The singer already has a troubled history with his neighbours - in May (13), he was forced to remove controversial graffiti murals of monsters from the outside walls of his property after drawing complaints from nearby residents. Local city officials fined Brown for unpermitted and excessive signage and he was given 30 days to have the colourful street art scrubbed off.
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