Police called to Justin Bieber's house party: Report
Justin Bieber in this file photo from May 22, 2014. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier/Files
Police were called to Justin Bieber's new apartment in California on Monday night to investigate noise complaints from neighbours during his star-studded party.
Bieber hosted guests including boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr., rapper Tyga, singer/actor Tyrese and football player Johnny Manziel at his rented condo in Beverly Hills.
However, the loud music and noise from the gathering led to neighbours calling in cops, according to TMZ.com.
Police officers attended the scene and asked for the music to be turned down. The guests are said to have complied with the order.
Previous reports suggest police have been called to Bieber's property several times to investigate noise complaints since he moved into the building last month.
Bieber, who documented Monday night's party in a series of pictures posted on his social media pages, previously lived in Calabasas, California, but moved to Atlanta, Georgia in January following a string of spats with his neighbours.
They accused the star of being a nuisance by speeding his sports cars around the gated community, throwing wild parties and even pelting a nearby home with eggs.