Justin Bieber: Cops Dispatched To Singer's Home For Noise Complaints; Police Say Residents 'Incredibly Upset'
Justin Bieber kept the Beverly Hills Police Department quite busy over this past weekend.
Officers responded to six different noise complaints at his home over the weekend – four for loud parties and two for screaming fans disturbing the peace and loitering, BHPD confirmed to Access Hollywood on Tuesday.
"The residents are incredibly upset at what’s going on," Sgt. Max Subin told Access. "We’re telling Mr. Bieber’s camp he needs to be a respectful neighbor and we are working with his executive staff and head of security in order to do this."
Patrol cars responded to Bieber's home at 8:30 PM, 12:50 AM, 1:50 AM and 3:00 AM, the sergeant confirmed to Access.
Officers advised Bieber to turn down the music, and he complied.
The singer was not cited, BHPD confirmed.
-- Erin O'Sullivan
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