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Police find major lead in Chris Brown home invasion

Photo Credit: Chris Brown's Instagram (@chrisbrownofficial)

Photo credit: Chris Brown’s Instagram (@chrisbrownofficial)

Back in July, Chris Brown’s home life was turned upside down when his San Fernando Valley, California, home was robbed of $50,000 and his aunt was held at gunpoint while his place was looted. But the bad news didn’t end there. Adding insult to injury was the speculation from family and fans that his friends or club promoters that he’s worked with were behind the robbery. Since then, police have continued to investigate the crime and now a report claims that they’ve found a major lead in discovering who the real culprits were.

As previously reported, investigators had many theories in the case. One was that the four men who broke into Brown’s home were actually close friends of his. They also believed that the men were working together with a club promoter to orchestrate the plan.

The police also believed the Bloods, whom Brown has affiliated himself with for years, may also have been in on the scheme.

According to TMZ, law enforcement sources say that investigators checked the surveillance videos from a gas station near Brown’s home and they spotted footage of the getaway car in the video.

Police were able to get partial license plate from the footage and were led to someone in Compton who may be affiliated with the Bloods.

Investigators are now interviewing residents in that area and are expected to apprehend the culprits soon.

Well, if the Bloods really are to blame for Brown’s home invasion, then his mom, friends and baby’s mother, Nia Guzman, were all right that he needs to clean house in his personal life and get rid of anyone who even remotely brings negativity to his life.