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Chris Brown is scaring his neighbors. The singer graffitied goofy, toothy monsters on the outside wall of his home and according to a neighborhood representative, the art is frightening the children. Brown's been charged $376 for the illegal paintings -- it's against city ordinances to paint a mural on your house. But, as we all know, Chris Brown isn't going down without a fight.

He and his lawyer have some harsh words for those neighbors who do not like colorful, googly-eyed monsters with spiky teeth assaulting their senses.

In response to the allegation that his art is scaring babies and children, Chris took to Twitter and said:

His lawyer said that he's actually afraid of the "busybody" neighbors, whose determination to take away Chris' first amendment right is what's really frightening.

Chris does have a point -- there are much scarier creatures in Harry Potter -- but thing is, no one has painted them on the outside of their house. Neighbors aren't unwillingly subjected to Voldemort's steely gaze while walking their kids in a stroller.

Chris has 30 days to paint over the graffiti, but everyone knows he's not going down that easily. Even though his art is against neighborhood covenants, Chris clearly thinks he's above reproach. He's already stated on Twitter that he's going to paint until his "hands fall off."

Hmm. Wouldn't that be something. A hand-less, fist-less Chris might be worth a few graffiti goblins. Maybe the neighbors should reconsider their stance. Paint on, Chris!

Do you side with Chris or the neighbors?

 

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