Chris Brown

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There is probably nothing more terrifying than finding a stranger in your house, nevertheless finding her in your bed.

Chris Brown discovered a random naked woman in his bed Wednesday night and called the police who escorted her out of his house, E! News confirms. The "Ayo" rapper returned to his California home at around 9:00 p.m. when he discovered the unknown intruder's clothes in his foyer. She had also allegedly spray painted "I love you" on his kitchen counter.

Upon investigating, Brown and his security team discovered the woman in his bed and immediately called police, who arrested her and booked her for felony burglary and felony vandalism. The 21-year-old woman was believed to have spent sometime inside of Brown's home, as police discovered dishes in the sink and discarded food even though the "Gimme That" performer had been in Las Vegas the past few days.

She also allegedly vandalized his silver Rolls Royce and black Range Rover by spray-painting "Mrs. Brown" all over them.

Now that he has his daughter Royalty to worry about, it's no wonder he's so freaked out by the ordeal. He has been showing her off on Instagram a lot recently, writing gushing captions describing his immense love for her. One picture showed his little girl sleeping, and her dad adorably captioned it, "I honestly never knew I could love someone as strong as I do. I'm gonna give her the world."

Cue the awws!

He has made headlines for other reasons as of late, so focusing on fatherhood could be the best thing for him! A source previously told E! News that his new life as a dad has been "going really well."

"Chris sees Royalty all the time," the insider said. "He wants [mother] Nia and the baby to move to California to be closer to him. Nia is open to it."

"He wants the world to know she's his daughter," the source added.

As far as the singer's relationship with Royalty's mother, the insider tells us that there is nothing romantic going on, they're "on good terms," and they both just want to co-parent.

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