NO firearms found at Chris Brown's mansion by LAPD, lawyer slams Baylee Curan for 'fabricating' assault allegations

Chris Brown 's lawyer has claimed no firearms were recovered from the singer's Tarzana mansion, following allegations he threatened a woman with a gun.

Mark Gregaros, who has represented the 27-year-old singer for several years, told the Los Angeles times that his client had fully "cooperated" with the authorities and after an extensive search they had failed to find any firearms, or the piece of jewellery that allegedly sparked the incident.

Referring to Curan's version of events, he added: “It has become apparent that the allegations are not just false but fabricated..

Brown was arrested for allegedly assaulting Baylee Curan with a deadly weapon on Tuesday evening.

Officers surrounded the singer's home on Tuesday following the pre-dawn 911 call from Curan after she claimed he threatened her with a gun in an argument over a piece of jewellery.

After an 11 hour stand-off with police, who were refused access to the $4.3million mansion without a warrant, Brown emerged from the house and then proceeded to a police station.