Grammy-winning musician Chris Brown's neighbours are unhappy with the creepy art he has painted along the kerb of his Hollywood Hills home. A neighbourhood group said the grimacing, sharp-toothed, red-eyed goblins painted along a retaining wall have been scaring children and is an eyesore, the Los Angeles Times said. "There are lots of babies, lots of children, and they're literally frightened. It's like devils on the wall - big scary eyes and big scary teeth, and just the whole vibe is not what we're used to," Patti Negri, president of the Hollywood Dell Civic Association, told the newspaper. LA authorities responded to complaints about the monster art and fined the "Run It!" singer $376 (£245) for unpermitted and excessive signage. Under city by-laws, it is illegal to create murals on most private properties. Brown has been ordered to remove the goblin paintings within 30 days, but his lawyer Mark Geragos said the musician was not backing down. "They are trying to suspend the First Amendment," Mr Geragos said, referring to the constitutional right to free speech. Mr Geragos claims neighbours are harassing Brown and have also made parking complaints about him and called animal control authorities.