In fact, law enforcement in Alpharetta, Georgia, was only made aware of the single-car crash when a unit was called by a neighbor to check out a disturbance at the couple’s apartment. According to TMZ’s sources, neither Gordon nor 19-year-old Brown answered the door, but police did notice the banged-up car parked outside with its hazard lights flashing.
Police are investigating the strange incident, although Gordon is telling his side of the story on Twitter. On Wednesday, he clarified that he was the only passenger in the Camaro at the time of the crash, adding that he was still “a little sore.” Two hours later, he continued, “If I'm sore and I said nobody is in the car obviously I was in there.”
On September 19, Gordon – who was raised by Houston, although there is no blood relation to the family – tweeted a photo of himself holding a gun in his right hand while steering the wheel of his car with his left … and the Twitterverse exploded with fear for Brown. Gordon quickly took the photo down and tweeted, “I apologize for posting a picture with my registered gun. That's not what we stand for and I didn't harm by it, it's a collectors item. Moving forward I'll obviously be more mindful/thoughtful about how my actions influence others and reflect on the ppl I love and care about.”
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