Chris Brown is under investigation for battery, and the alleged victim told the police he smacked the back of her head so hard her weave came off. According to TMZ, Law enforcement confirms police responded to the singer’s San Fernando Valley home over the weekend, where a woman claimed Chris Brown slapped her. The woman further claimed the slap made part of her weave come out, and police took a battery report and named Chris as the suspect. Also, the alleged victim had no injuries, aside from the allegedly dislodged weave, and no arrests have been made. This will the second time in as many months police were called to Chris’ house, the first being his massive birthday bash in May, which LAPD broke up early in the AM. In 2018, Chris Brown was arrested after a concert in West Palm Beach, Florida, for an outstanding felony battery charge related to an alleged attack at a Tampa nightclub from 2017. He was accused of sucker-punching the club’s in-house photographer, who was reportedly taking pictures of the singer, even though he’d been warned not to. The photographer, who suffered a split lip, later went to the hospital and pressed charges. While court records confirmed the dropped charges, the Hillsborough State Attorney’s Office did not offer any details as to why the charges were dropped. Chris Brown has faced multiple charges in recent years, including one that stems from an aggravated r.a.p.e allegation from a French woman in January. Several days after he was arrested in Paris for the charge, he filed a defamation lawsuit against his accuser. He famously pled guilty to assaulting his then-girlfriend Rhianna in 2009. Regarding the new accusation, he nor his team members have said anything to the press. According to TMZ, the battery case will most likely be kicked to the City Attorney, as it would be a misdemeanor charge if anything at all.