Mark Geragos

Chris Brown‘s lawyer, Mark Geragos, continues to insist that claims his client pointed a gun at a woman who was at his house Tuesday, August 30, are false.

Chris Brown

Baylee Curran called police on the night in question and told them that Brown forced her out of his Tarzana, California home at gunpoint. She claimed it was because she touched a diamond necklace that was being showcased by one of the guests there.

Brown was arrested the same day on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and released later that night after posting $250,000 bail.

On Wednesday, September 1, Geragos told the Los Angeles Times that police didn’t find a gun or the necklace Curran referred to when they searched Brown‘s residence.

“It has become apparent that the allegations are not just false but fabricated,” Geragos said.

Authorities continue to look through surveillance footage seized from Brown‘s home to see if there is any evidence to back up Curran‘s claims.

Brown‘s arraignment is scheduled for September 20, as we previously reported, Curran has allegedly made false claims of threats against her life in the past.

She is also wanted for questioning by the NYPD in regards to a purse that was stolen in 2013.

Earlier this year, Curran was stripped of her Miss California Regional beauty pageant crown for making racial slurs, posing for risque photos and unfavorable behavior.

Pageant official have tried to get her to return the sash, crown and money she received, but she refuses to do so.


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