Will Chris Brown ever be left alone? After spending multi-millions on his Hollywood Hills mansion, Brown was forced to paint over the artistic graffiti he painted on the façade on Thursday, after the Department of Building and Safety denied his appeal to keep it. In May, the pop singer was given a city citation for the "unpermitted and excessive signage" after his neighbors complained about the sight of the colorful, alien-like creatures that were painted on his front deck. But Chris Brown is fighting back. Of course. View his monstrous home inside. His lawyer, Mark Geragos filed an appeal claiming that Chris Brown's "murals painted on the exterior of the structure are for the sole purpose of enhancing the architecture and aesthetic features of the residential property." Neighbors fought back saying that the painted monsters were scaring their children. Brown responded back to their complaints via Twitter saying, "Keep em inside then! It's art. There are scarier creatures on Harry Potter. Get a fu**ing life!! Lords of dogtown is how I live my life. #Free ima paint until my hands fall off." Tattlers, do you think Chris Brown should be able to paint on his front property?