Maybe she left something. The woman arrested back in December for trespassing on Chris Brown's Woodland Hill, Calif. home returned on Thursday (April 28) and was arrested, again.

The incident occurred in the wee hours of the morning, reports TMZ. According to police, the woman, 27-year-old, Danielle Patti, waited outside the singer's gate for the opportune moment and snuck in unnoticed, around 3AM. A short time later she was snagged by Breezy's security and held until the police arrived. Brown was at home during the time of the incident.

Patti was arrested and charged with two counts of trespassing. She plead not guilty to the charges on Friday (April 29).

This is very similar to the stunt Patti pulled back in December when she bypassed the singer's security gate and drove onto his property. Security told her to leave but she refused and was arrested and charged with criminal trespass. She was later cleared of all charges.

In a strange turn of events, Patti filed a restraining order against Brown back in March claiming they have a past relationship and the singer has repeatedly harassed her via social media. The judge granted Patti’s restraining order, requiring Brown to stay 100 yards away and have no contact with her.

This latest incident surely doesn't bode well for her argument.

And isn't it about time CB gets a new gate system around his property? You know, one that doesn't allow random strangers to be able to pull up on you at any time. Just a thought.

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