R&B singer Chris Brown is going to take “safe” to an all-new high following a shocking naked home intruder last week by beefing up security.

While Brown is not expected to press charges, reports claim he will take extreme measures to protect his home.

For starters, he’s installing a new, top-of-the-line security system. We can’t get a straight answer, but it looks like the old system wasn’t even on when Amira Ayeb broke into his Agoura Hills home and trashed the place. Next step is good for Chris’ friends. He’s going to make sure someone is inside the house 24/7. As we reported, it appears Ayeb was inside for 2 days. So now Chris’ buddies get to house sit and there isn’t even a cat to feed. (TMZ)

Check out the criminal charges Chris Brown’s intruder had been hit with on the next page…

Last week reports claimed the intruder, Amira Kodcia Ayeb, had been hit with multiple charges following her break-in at Brown’s California home.

On Friday, the Los Angeles County Superior Court charged Ayeb with one felony count each of first-degree residential burglary, stalking, and vandalism. According to the court records, she allegedly broke into his house on Saturday, May 2, and made herself at home until May 6, when Brown came home and found her there. (ET Online)

According to reports, Chris Breezy revealed the woman’s picture and detailed the incident on social media last week.

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Details of Brown discovering the 21-year-old woman naked in his home surfaced Thursday (May 7).

Brown and his security team arrived at his Agoura Hills, Calif., residence on Wednesday to find a woman’s clothes in the entryway and “I LOVE YOU” spray-painted across his kitchen counter, according to the website.
After further investigation, the group found an unknown naked 21-year-old woman in the “Loyal” singer’s bed. Brown then called the police, who took the woman into custody and booked her on felony burglary and vandalism charges. (Page Six)