Woman charged with breaking and entering after spending four days in Chris Brown’s home

Amira Kodcia Ayeb also faces charges of stalking and vandalism

A woman has been arrested and charged with breaking into Chris Brown‘s Los Angeles home.

Brown discovered 21 year old Amira Kodcia Ayeb in his home on Wednesday (May 6) and posted a picture of her, since deleted, on Instagram. Brown described the scene he came home to, saying a “crazy individual” had broken in, “broken the hinges off the doors” and left “voodoo things around my crib.”

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office has since confirmed (via Billboard) that Ayeb has been charged with breaking into his home, stalking and vandalism. A police report states that she had been in the house for four days, having got into the property on May 2 while Brown was away. In addition to damage to the property, Brown’s cars were also damaged.

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

Meanwhile, Brown himself recently avoided facing criminal charges following an incident on a basketball court in Las Vegas. A man claimed the singer punched him during a basketball game at Palms Casino Resort before dropping out of the criminal case.

In March, Chris Brown confirmed that he is no longer on probation following his assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009. Brown’s probation officer reportedly told a Los Angeles judge that his client had satisfactorily completed his community service six years and one month after the original incident.