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Former Disney Star Orlando Brown Allegedly Makes Death Threat

July 25, 2014 (4:26 am) GMT
An audio tape obtained by the police suggested that the 'That's So Raven' star had threatened to kill a woman and members of her family.

Orlando Brown is in a serious legal trouble after an audio tape surfaced in which the former Disney star allegedly made a death threat to a woman and her family. Police were called to the woman's house in the North Hollywood on Monday night, July 21, after the actor caused a disturbance in front of the house.

In the copy of the audio tape obtained by TMZ, the unnamed woman can be heard talking to a 911 operator as a man believed to be Broom yelled in the background, "I'm still screaming, b***h! I'm still hollering, hoe!"

The 911 dispatcher initially seemed to be reluctant about sending officers to the woman's house. However, the man then started to shout death threats. "Tell them Orlando Brown is crazy, n***a!" he yelled furiously, "Orlando Brown is crazy, n***a! I'll kill you, your mama, your daughter- everybody, b***h!"

The woman started begging the operator to send officers to her house. She screamed in frustration, "He just said he's going to kill my 3-year-old daughter! Can you get here? You can't hear this? You think I'm making this up?"

The woman then explained how she knew the man. She said they were acquaintances. She said, "He made some sexual passes at me and I declined them. Now, he's upset. Bottom line. He's a known actor. He's a known alcoholic and he sounds very intoxicated."

Brown's representative said that the actor wasn't the one on the audio. According to Brown, the woman is a stalker who has been "excessively" sending him text messages. He went to the woman's apartment because he wanted to explain to her boyfriend that nothing was going on between them.

Cops disagreed with the statement. They have forwarded the case to the L.A. City Attorney.

Brown has previously been involved in legal trouble in the past. In September 2013, he was sentenced to serve time in jail for failing to complete a court-ordered alcohol ed class in connection with a DUI charge.

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