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Rihanna does not want to reach out to Chris Brown, after his latest fight with Karrueche TranReuters

Rihanna reportedly does not want to reach out to former boyfriend Chris Brown, after his latest fight with Karrueche Tran.

The 25-year-old R&B singer and the 27-year-old model were spotted leaving the Playhouse nightclub in Hollywood together, sparking rumours that the pair have reconciled.

Brown was seen forcing himself into Tran's SUV and it was reported that he was asked to exit the vehicle by her.

The Loyal singer later showed up at Tran's Los Angeles home and allegedly banged on her door, which led to a heated argument. The fight became so intense that neighbours had to call police to resolve the issue.

According to Hollywood Life, the 27-year-old Barbadian beauty wants to keep away from Brown and his love life completely.

"Rihanna feels really bad that he is obviously very troubled and in pain but she is not going to reach out to him and help," a source said. "He has had plenty of chances and she just doesn't want to get into it. That was her former life and she got out of it and she likes the world she is living in now — way less drama!"

Brown infamously assaulted the five-time Grammy winner in 2009, by hitting her so forcefully that she had major bruises on her face, a split lip, and a bloody nose.

However, the two of them still have a strong and complicated bond, despite their public breakup and drama.

After reports emerged about the Say Goodbye singer's love child, Tran announced her split with Brown by declaring she did not want "baby drama".

Meanwhile, during an appearance on Real 92.3, Tran insisted that there was no bad blood between her and the Diamonds hitmaker.

"We just dated the same guy and that's kind of what it is. It's always a competition thing and they compare us but she is Rihanna," she said. "She's a pop star and she's beautiful she makes great music and I'm just me and I'm growing and working into myself. You can't really compare us we're two completely different girls."