Chris Brown came out of his Los Angeles home peacefully Tuesday after an hourslong standoff with police who responded to a woman's call for help.
Police Lt. Chris Ramirez told reporters that several people were escorted from the residence after a search warrant was served.
No arrests had been made and everyone has been cooperative, he said.
Police said the woman who made the call for help about 3 a.m. was not inside the hilltop estate in the San Fernando Valley. Ramirez did not identify the woman or elaborate on the assistance she needed. He did not know if she was injured.
Brown's attorney Mark Geragos arrived at the home shortly before the warrant was served.
According to multiple media outlets, a woman claimed Brown pointed a gun at her before she was able to escape. The LAPD told FOX411: "No shots were fired... right now that's all we have."
Brown, 27, posted two videos on Instagram from inside the house. Talking to the camera in one, the rapper acknowledged law enforcement were outside his house. "So I don't sleep half the damn night I just wake up to all these mother f--king helicopters, choppers is around, police out there at the gate," he said.
In the other video, Brown denied wrongdoing, and criticized law enforcement.
"I ain't did s--t. I ain't going to do s--t. And it's always going to be be f--k the police black lives matter n---er," he said. "I don't care y'all going to stay playing with me like I'm the villain out here, like I'm going crazy. You guys got me f--ked up though because good luck when you get the warrant or whatever you need to do. You're going to walk right up in here and you're going to see nothing you idiots. I'm tired of f--king dealing with you all, y'all the worst gang in the world, the police, and I said it."