Chris Johnson's Crib Gets A Surprise Visit From The Cops

Chris Johnson has never been in trouble with the police and, as far as we know, he's not into any illegal activity, but that didn't stop the Orlando Police department from crashing his MTV party on Tuesday. Because sometimes, they gon' chase you regardless. Who? THEY.

Running from cops speed? More like meet-the-cops money. TMZ has the report here:

...the Orlando Police Department got an anonymous "non-specific" tip about  high-end cars entering and exiting Johnson's condo complex yesterday afternoon.

We're told cops performed a "knock and talk" at Johnson's Florida residence to follow up on the tip. When cops arrived to Johnson's home, he was "cooperative" and "cordial" -- and in the middle of a shoot for a TV project.

Law enforcement tells us they checked out the scene -- and determined there was absolutely nothing illegal about the situation ... and left without incident.

Alternate, more swaggerific explanation:

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As Johnson tweeted, "Y did the police just walk in my condo saying they think it's drug activity because it's alot of traffic but it was the MTV camera crew?" Pfft... 'Cause Chris Johnson's SWAG should be ILLEGAL, yo. That cease-and-desist type game. It's not rock science, bruh.

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And that is why you should be following more athletes on Twitter.

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