Masked Men Break Into Chris Brown's Mansion, Lock His Terrified Aunt in Closet

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It was a big scare for singer Chris Brown when his new multi-million dollar estate was hit with a home invasion robbery and his aunt was forced inside a closet.

The "Turn Up The Music" singer was out at a club when police say three masked men broke into his Los Angeles home. The robbers made off with cash and electronics.

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Brown was seen driving away after talking to cops.

Lt. Kirk Kelley from the Los Angeles Police Department said: Interviews are being conducted, they're trying to gather evidence, photos, DNA, time evidence.”

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Chris' aunt was not hurt in the robbery. Chris' mom reportedly believes the crooks are someone he knows.

The singer moved into the 4.5 million-dollar gated home in May.

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