Chris Brown on House Intruder: 'I Pray She Gets the Help She Needs'

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Chris Brown arrives on the red carpet for the iHeartRadio Music Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California on March 29,2015.

Last Friday, the 21-year-old woman who allegedly broke into Chris Brown's house and stayed there for several days was charged with breaking and entering, stalking and vandalism by the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office.

Brown, however, is doing his best not to harbor any ill will toward Amira Kodcia Ayeb.

Chris Brown Intruder Charged With Stalking, Vandalism 

Although he called her a "crazy individual" in a since-deleted Instagram post last week, he's making his support for the woman's well-being clear in a tweet posted Monday (May 11) afternoon.

"To the young woman that broke into my house, I appreciate the dedication as a fan," Brown wrote. "I pray she gets the help she needs. It's all love."

While Brown has struggled with anger management problems in the past, this shows the R&B singer taking a more relaxed mindset when reacting to a stressful situation.

This isn't just a bold move for Brown -- it's certainly one of the few times in recent memory that a pop star has publicly supported someone accused of stalking them.