Chris Brown's Home Invaded by 3 Armed Men, Aunt Forced Into Closet

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Chris Brown's home in Tarzana, California was ransacked early Wednesday morning.

A spokesperson for the West Valley Police Station tell ET that Brown's aunt, Christine Brown, was the only one at the house at 2 a.m. when a noise was heard outside. When she opened the front door, she says three black men forced their way into the residence and made her go into a closet.

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The suspects then fled the scene and no arrests have been made at this time. According to the Associated Press, the men got away with an unknown amount of cash and possessions. The wire also reports that the suspects were also all armed with handguns.

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The West Valley Police tell ET that they do not have a vehicle description or a direction as to where the men were headed. As of now, no injuries are known.

Meanwhile, Brown was seen on late Tuesday night leaving the Argyle night club in Hollywood, California.

This is not the first time someone has broken into Brown's home. In May, the singer posted a photo of a "crazy" woman who he said trespassed onto his property. She was later identified by police as Amira Ayeb and was held for $50,000 in bail.

Brown seemed to be on the up and up before this robbery. The 26-year-old R&B singer recently talked to ET about his new role as a father.