Chris Brown’s Trespasser LOSES BID For Restraining Order

Published on March 30, 2016

The woman arrested for trespassing on CHRIS BROWN’s property has lost her bid for a restraining order against him.

Danielle Patti, 27, was taken into custody in December (15) for allegedly driving onto the Loyal singer’s Woodland Hills, California estate via an open electric gate.

Chris Brown

Brown’s security guards ordered her to leave, but she refused so they called the police. She was then arrested on suspicion of criminal trespass, according to

Earlier this month (Mar16), Patti claimed she was dating Brown at the time and was already at his house during the incident, alleging she was attempting to leave his property but was unable to since a vehicle was blocking her in the driveway.

Patti accused the singer of purposefully having her arrested and claimed Brown has been constantly attacking her on social media since the encounter, even making a death threat.

Patti was granted a temporary restraining order against Brown, but she was back in a Los Angeles courtroom on Tuesday (28Mar16), hoping a judge would make the order permanent.

However, when the presiding justice asked Patti to provide proof of threatening messages from the star, she came up empty, telling the judge she erased all messages because the alleged notes “scared” her and she “didn’t want the memories”, according to TMZ.

Chris Brown

Patti also confessed she did not have Brown’s phone number or email address, and the judge subsequently denied her request.

While he escaped a judge’s order this time around, Brown previously had a restraining order filed against him during his high-profile case with ex-girlfriend Rihanna, who he attacked the night before the 2009 Grammy Awards.

He was convicted of assault, sentenced to probation, and slapped with a restraining order to keep him away from the Diamonds star. They later rekindled their relationship in 2012 and Rihanna got the order lifted.