Singer to hire armed guards to secure new home

Reports say the pop superstar is going for armed guards who have been instructed to shoot in the case of robbery or invasion.

Chris Brown

After finding a strange woman in his home and then a recent armed robbery attack, the father-of-one, Chris Brown is ready to amp up his security on his $4.5 Tarzana mansion.

Sources close to Chris say he will soon have 24 hour security at his home with one guard inside and another in a vehicle outside. The guards have marching orders to open fire if necessary.

Chris has taken advice from professionals in his life including his mother and has agreed to significantly limit the number of people he invites to his home.

We earlier reported that the recent armed rubbery attack on his new property has been blamed on his closest friends.

So, with armed guards around, we're sure those irrelevant friends would reduce significantly.

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