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Chris Brown selling his Hollywood Hills mansion; neighbors are happy

Chris Brown’s neighbors are celebrating!

Breezy, fresh out of rehab,  has finally had enough of his neighbors and their constant complaints. TMZ is reporting that Brown has put his Hollywood Hills mansion up for sale for $1.5 million and is off to Malibu.

His neighbors will be thankful for no more racing, loud music, wild parties or terrifying graffiti in their quiet neighborhood.

This isn’t the first time Chris is moving to the delight of his neighbors. In 2012 Brown gave up his Hollywood apartment after constant harassment from neighbors and police. In 2011, he was given $15,000 worth of parking tickets for continually parking his Range Rover and other luxury vehicles in marked handicap parking spaces. However, his lawyer had 95 of the 117 tickets dismissed. Despite the ticket dismissals, his neighbors still complained constantly and wanted him gone due to accusations of partying all day and night with loud music and racing dogs up and down the building’s hallway in the wee hours of the night and morning.

Get ready Malibu. TMZ reports that, “the singer has already put an offer on a house in Malibu in an exclusive, gated community where a bunch of other high profile celebrities live.”

Do you think Brown stands a chance in Malibu with his reputation as a bad neighbor?

Check out Brown’s home he will soon be saying goodbye to here.

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  1. Alison on November 17, 2013 at 5:04 am

    Well…this is my first time seeing this so,

  2. ODWms on December 24, 2013 at 9:44 am

    Mansion? My house is significantly larger than that, and no one in my neighborhood considers our houses mansions. On another note, what an ugly house, even without the “artwork.” Not that I agree with it, but the claim of the painted ghouls scaring kids is an exaggeration. The neighbors (rightly) think it’s ugly and are using that to bolster their case to have it taken down. I have a hard time believing any kid would be frightened of this stuff. They look at worse crap than this on tv, movies and video games every day.