Woman charged in Chris Brown burglary

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AGOURA HILLS, CA - A woman who allegedly broke into singer Chris Brown's house, lived there for several days and vandalized his home and cars, was charged Friday, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office announced.

Amira Kodcia Ayeb, 21, was charged with one felony count each of first-degree residential burglary, stalking and vandalism, according to the District Attorney's statement.

She pleaded not guilty in Los Angeles County Superior Court in Van Nuys. Her next court appearance is scheduled for May 21.

If Ayeb is convicted, she faces more than seven years in state prison.

Brown, who's mostly been in the news for his own behavior, returned home Wednesday evening to a female intruder in his residence and called police.

They found Ayeb inside the home, according to an advisory from the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff's Station. Brown told police he didn't know Ayeb, and she didn't have permission to be in his home. Ayeb was arrested and booked at Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff's Station.

Brown was a little more explicit on his Instagram account.

"I get home and find this crazy individual in my house," he wrote. "She had broken the hinges off the doors. She Found time to cook her several meAls. She Wrote 'I love you' on the walls. She threw out my daughters clothing as well as my dogs stuff. Then had all these crazy voodoo things around my crib. goes to show you how crazy people are crazy! And she painted her name on my cars!!!! I love my fans but this is some on some real real crazy shit! I pray she will get help."

CNN attempted to reach Ayeb but was unsuccessful. It is unclear whether Ayeb has legal representation.

The case remains under investigation by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.