Chris Brown's Neighbors Are Angry about Graffiti on His Hollywood Hills Home

Chris Brown's Neighbors Are Angry about Graffiti on His Hollywood Hills Home

Chris Brown's neighbors aren't happy. His neighbors filed complaints with Councilman Tom LaBonge because he tagged walls outside of his Hollywood Hills home with grinning monster faces. The 24-year-old has used his street art skills to raise money for charity in the past but his neighbors see it as a nuisance. Apparently Brown has been issued an order to get rid of the graffiti or pay a fine. Scott Levin, who is a a representative from Councilman LaBonge's administration, said to Huffington Post, "The City of Los Angeles has a sign ordinance that prohibits murals on single-family homes. This is standard practice."

[via HuffingtonPost]

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