Chris Brown Carelessly Infuriates His Neighbors

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Residents of the same West Hollywood condos as Chris Brown have been complaining about the late night dog races that he holds in the hallways. Chris' habit of parking in handicapped spaces has made them pretty unhappy too.

Brown has received parking tickets on multiple occasions from Los Angeles officials for parking in the handicapped spaces in his complex. His lawyer claimed that Brown was never informed by the condo developer that the two spaces designated for him are marked as handicapped.

That's not to mention that his neighbors say he blasts his music very loudly all the time. And you thought your housemates suck...

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