Baylee Curran slams Chris Brown supporters following alleged gun assault

The last 24 hours have been quite hectic for both Chris Brown and Baylee Curran.

The former beauty pageant contestant and the chart-topping singer were caught in the middle of a huge legal circus yesterday after Curran claimed Brown threatened her with a gun while at his house Sunday. Authorities showed up at Breezy's Tarzana pad to detain the star, who was ultimately arrested and charged for assault with a deadly weapon on Tuesday.

He later was released after posting a $250,000 bond. "Thanks to everyone for their support and well wishes," Brown's attorney, Mark Geragostweeted. "Chris is out and well. The allegations against him are demonstrably false #TeamBreezy."

Now, Curran has decided to tell more of her side of the story by sitting down with E! News' Ken Baker, to discuss in detail what happened during the alleged altercation, and to voice her discontent with the way things went down.

The 24-year-old, who has hung out with Chris "several times before" without incident, says the star pointed a gun at her and no one else in the house after she was seen admiring some jewelry that was being displayed for other people at the house. Curran says things escalated and Chris came in, "and just said, 'I am so sick of you people', took out his gun and said, 'get the F out. I'm going to blow your head off."

When asked if his finger was on the trigger, Curran tells us, "I do believe so, that's what made me think he was going to shoot," and states the gun was pointed at her face.

Curran also wanted to clear up rumors claiming that she's friends with Brown's ex and mother of his daughter, Nia Guzman. She tells E! News that they don't know each other, and when asked where that rumor started, explains, "I have no idea. There is many false accusations happening at the moment."

As for how everything panned out in the public, Curran expresses her frustration with people thinking she's doing all this for publicity, as well as fans painting Breezy as a victim. "I really do understand [why people think I'm doing it for publicity]...I don't understand why he's the victim now. Obviously he has a lot of support, a lot of fans who are going to back him up. I'm just some random girl that wants to be in the limelight. Although if I wanted the limelight in fame, I wouldn't have done it this way."

Curran states that she spoke out because "situations happen like this every day and people feel like they cannot come out with their story and they can't stand up for themselves and they can't protect themselves and I feel like if I do this, maybe I can be a role model for the individuals who unfortunately have been through a situation like this before. And I just want people to know they can stand up for themselves."

And if Baylee could tell Chris Brown anything right now, it's this: "I would just tell him, he very well knows what he's done. Come out with the truth, and his fans are very forgiving and very supportive. I'm sure they will forgive him for this, but it's not fair for him to make himself the victim when I had a gun to my face."