What could have been a fun girls' night out turned into nothing but drama for Chris Brown's ex Karrueche Tran.
The model-actress showed up at Playhouse nightclub with several of her gal pals Thursday night when she ran into the singer, marking the first time the former couple has been spotted together since their split three months ago.
After Brown bought a table right next to Tran and her friends, she decided to exit the hot spot and grab an Uber.
It was then that the star followed her into her car, ultimately refusing to exit the vehicle after being asked to leave.
Video footage has surfaced showing Tran urging him to "get out" of her ride, while he responded by shouting at her friend "to move back or he would make a f--king scene."
Eventually, Brown exited the car and the duo went their separate ways—but that didn't last long.
Tran's rep tells E! News that in the wee hours of the morning, the "Loyal" singer showed up at Tran's home demanding that he speak with her.
Police showed up to the premises immediately after, however, a source tells us that it's unlikely Tran called the cops herself.
Tran eventually agreed to talk to her ex, but only on her terms—in a public place and with her best friend in tow.
After the three met at Norm's eatery early in the morning, a fight began to erupt and Tran headed to an "undisclosed location" to get some rest.
During a recent interview with Big Boy, Tran opened up about trying to avoid running into her ex in an effort to fully move on from their on-and-off rocky relationship.
And considering she's working on a ton of projects coming up—including The Nice Guys starring Ryan Gosling, the online soap The Bay and SyFy's future flick 3-Headed Shark Attack—it's no wonder Tran wants to separate herself from her former flame.
"It's hard…I make it so we don't have to cross paths so it's not awkward but I do get on Instagram and there's people tagging us or I'll hear a song, you know, but I kind of just block it out," she explained.
But at the time, Tran told the radio host that if she were to run into Brown, she would "definitely keep it cordial and positive, no drama. I'm not about the drama."