Justin Bieber ran the risk of violating his parole after police received calls with noise complaints in his condo in Beverly Hills six times over the weekend.
Police received four separate calls about loud parties and the singer’s rooftop on Saturday night and on Sunday morning (19 and 20 July). The other two complaints involving fans and paparazzi.
According to “TMZ,” Bieber was not named to the complaints because he agreed to turn the music down.
If the pop superstar, who is serving two years’ probation for attacking the house of his neighbor [egg], was quoted by the incident, that could have been considered a violation of his probation, which means he could be arrested .
If the Beverly Hills police department cites Justin and alerts the LA County Probation Department, Bieber could be slapped with a probation violation, which means he could face jail time.
Last month (June14)- Cops were also called to investigate other noise complaints from angry neighbours, when Justin reportedly hosted a party with guests including boxing champ Floyd Mayweather, Jr., rapper Tyga, singer/actor Tyrese and American football star Johnny Manziel.
After the visit to the local police, both to disperse fans like to request that the volume be lowered, no complaint against Bieber was formalized and luckily the singer does not run the risk of violating his probation for two years, the attack eggs at the house of his former neighbor.