Police are now stationed outside of Chris Brown's home in Tarzana, California, waiting for the R&B singer to surrender after a woman claimed Brown pulled a gun on her early Tuesday morning.
Curran says Brown brandished a gun while a group of people were gathered at Brown's house, including singer and reality star Ray J Norwood.
Brown's attorney, Mark Geragos, did not immediately return calls for comment but was seen arriving at the home after noon.
Officers attempted to enter the home and were told to get a search warrant, the police sources said. MORE: Singer Chris Brown faces complaints from Tarzana neighbors of disturbing the peace on ATVBrown has had repeated legal troubles since he was convicted of assaulting his then-girlfriend Rihanna back in 2009. Only past year, that case was officially closed after a judge ruled he had completed community service obligations as part of his sentence in the case.
In 2013, Brown struck a man outside a Washington, D.C., hotel and was charged with misdemeanor assault.
He spent 2 1/2 months in custody, with US marshals shuttling him between Los Angeles and the nation's capital for court hearings.
After completing a series of court-ordered anger management classes, Brown was also accused of throwing a brick at his mother's vehicle.
This was after Brown had completed court-ordered anger management classes. She refused to sign, and she and her friend left before they called the police.
Brown also faced charges in connection with driving without a licence and accusations of a hit-and-run. A very annoyed Brown is aware of LAPD's presence at his house-he's been posting Instagram videos about it, including one in which he says "Fuck the police!" I don't care. Ya'll gone stop playing with me... like I'm going insane. He has also been involved in several other incidents involving violence.
Los Angeles Police Department Deputy Chief Bob Green had described the standoff between Brown and officers as "long and protracted".
In another angry clip, Brown takes aim at reports alleging he has "barricaded" himself inside his home, and compares the cops to a "gang", urging them to stop treating him like a "villain" as he declares they will find "nothing" when they do obtain permission to raid his home.