Chris Brown’s Accuser Details Ordeal as Her Criminal Past Comes to Light, Celebs Defend Singer

Baylee Curran accused and Chris Brown, pictured speaking to police, of pointing a gun at her. (Twitter/KTLA)
Baylee Curran, left, accused Chris Brown, pictured speaking to police, of pointing a gun at her. (Twitter/KTLA)

After Tuesday’s stand-off with police, Chris Brown’s accuser spoke out about what happened at the singer’s mansion. Baylee Curran, Miss California Regional 2016, is standing by reports that Brown threatened her with a gun early Aug. 30.

She opened up to E! Online about her side of the story saying someone nudged her and called her names as she viewed jewelry.

“I admired this one piece, a diamond cross necklace,” the 24-year-old explained. “I did not pick it up, I did not touch it, take it or grab it, anything to that sort.”

Once a guest at the home confronted her and said, “Get out, don’t touch the jewelry,” Curran claims that’s when Brown pulled a gun on her.

“Chris Brown kind of went off, pulled out a gun and said, ‘Get the f—- out’ ” she alleged. “He was saying, ‘Get the f— out! Haven’t I told you guys enough?’ And kind of threatening me with the gun like if I didn’t get out he’s going to shoot me with it.”

Police revealed yesterday the accuser left the home to call them. But Curran told E! she immediately left the house after the confrontation, forgetting her phone and shoes before a friend brought them to her. After declining to sign a non-disclosure agreement, she took her phone and ran down the driveway. She believes a neighbor then called the cops.

But Curran doesn’t have a completely clean past. The New York Police Department confirmed to Hollywood Life she is a wanted woman in the state.

In Oct. 2014, the pageant queen was involved in grand larceny.

She and another woman had a dispute with another female at the Plaza hotel. Her companion took the victim’s wallet and the two took off. The Michael Kors wallet was worth $1,000 and contained credit cards and $200 in cash.

“There’s a complaint report for Baylee,” the cops added.

Additionally, TMZ reported a warrant is out for her and if she is in New York police can take her in for questioning. Curran’s rep, however, denied she committed the crime. They blamed it on her friend.

As for Brown, the Los Angeles Times reported police arrested him after surrounding his home for hours yesterday. Authorities charged the 27-year-old with assault with a deadly weapon. He got out of jail on $250,000 bond.

Since then, he deleted yesterday’s videos discussing the police presence. But he posted a tweet sent by his lawyer, Mark Geragos, thanking fans for their support.

“Chris is out and well,” it read in part. “The allegations against him are demonstrably false.”

He also shared a video of fellow R&B singer Ray J defending him.

Yesterday, Ray J was at Brown’s home getting tattooed when the police showed up.

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“I support the homie Chris and I support the whole movement,” he said in the clip. “I’m here, and again, man, this s— has to change. It can’t be like this every time somebody yippin’ and yappin’ to get an extra buck.”

Other performers have also come out in support of the singer.

Singer K. Michelle tweeted about the inconsistencies of policing.

She compared the SWAT arriving at Brown’s home over the gun accusation to the video footage capturing police killing Black men.

Lil’ Mama remarked the community should stand behind the “Grass Ain’t Greener” singer.

“We need to make sure that he is taken care of properly,” she said. “We can deal with mental, physical, spiritual help later but right now we need to make sure that he’s protected because it’s just an allegation.”

And 50 Cent disappointingly pointed out the overwhelming police bunker at Brown’s home.

He asked, “if your [sic] not safe at home when do you get a break?”

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