Chris Brown intruder charged with felony stalking, burglary, vandalism

A woman Chris Brown said he found in his home Wednesday night has been charged with three felonies

A woman suspected of breaking into Chris Brown's house and doing some damage while she lived there for a few nights has been charged with three felony counts: first-degree residential burglary, stalking and vandalism.

The district attorney's Stalking Unit is prosecuting the case against 21-year-old Amira Ayeb, Deputy District Atty. Wendy Segall said Friday in a statement. Ayeb, who was believed to have entered the home last Saturday, was arrested Wednesday night and scheduled to be arraigned Friday afternoon.

"I get home and find this crazy individual in my house," Brown, 25, said Thursday on Instagram, where he'd posted a picture of Ayeb that has since been taken down. He said she'd cooked several meals, written "I love you" on the walls and thrown out things that belonged to his daughter Royalty and his dog.

"Then had all these crazy voodoo things around my crib," he continued. "goes to show you how crazy people are crazy! And she painted her name on my cars!!!! I love my fans but ... I pray she will get help."

Ayeb allegedly removed hinges from a door to get into the house, L.A. Now reported.

Brown had been in Las Vegas for a few days before returning home and finding a naked intruder in his bed. TMZ sources said she'd painted "Mrs. Brown" on his silver Rolls-Royce and black Range Rover as well as "I love you" on his kitchen counter.

While she was originally held on $50,000 bail, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff's inmate records, the D.A.'s office said it was seeking to raise that to $220,000.

If convicted, Ayeb faces more than seven years in state prison, the D.A.'s office said.  

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