Chris Brown has had a couple rounds of drama and legal issues this year, and according to a new report, San Fernando Valley cops now want to work with the singer to resolve them.
According to TMZ, the LAPD division that covers Brown’s neighborhood is preparing to invite Chris to a meeting, hoping that the conversation will try to convince him to change his ways so the people in his neighborhood can be at peace.
Police want to address a laundry list of complaints surrounding the 27-year-old, including noise, drugs, assaults, riding various vehicles recklessly, and more.
“Chris is a chronic problem who takes up a tremendous amount of our resources,” a source told the outlet, noting that officials would like Brown to talk with them at the station.
Although this seems like a good and helpful option to make things right, Chris has no obligation to come to the station to discuss anything.
This comes on the heels of a previous report that CB is on a “downward spiral,” caused by drug use, anger issues, and bad company.
However, Brown has denied that he is on a path of self destruction.
“I am not hurting out here. Trust me,” he said in a recent Instagram video. “Y’all gotta stop with this angry shit. I’m tired of reading about some shit as soon as I got something poppin’. As soon as I want to promote a tour, party, fucking album, anything, y’all bring up something.”