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Police Called To Justin Bieber's Home Over Noise Complaints Once Again
Posted by Joseph Lee on 07.21.2014



TMZ reports that police were called to Justin Bieber's Beverly Hills condo six times over the weekend for noise complaints. They received four complaints for loud music and partying on the roof on Saturday night (8:30 PM, 12:50 AM, 1:50 AM and 3:00 AM). There were two other incidents involving fans and paparazzi. Patrol cars were sent, but Bieber was not cited because he agreed to turn the music down.

Bieber is currently on two years probation from egging his neighbor's house. If Bieber does get cited, the case will be sent to the Los Angeles County Probation Department, and it could cause a probation violation. That means that Bieber is risking jail time. Police have appeared at Bieber's home several times in the past month for both noise and marijuana.





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