Selena Gomez's House Party Shut Down After Noise Complaint
The 21 year-old singer threw a party of about 20 people on Tuesday night (June 17th), until the local authorities were called "regarding one loud music complaint."
Selena Gomez wants to party!
The 21 year-old singer just wanted to have a little bit of fun on Tuesday, especially since rekindling with former flame Justin Bieber.
After spending Monday (June 16th) in Los Angeles, riding with the 20 year-old star on a three-wheeled motorcycle and then attending a friend's birthday party on Monda, the good times continued at the 'Come & Get It' singer's home.
However, the celebration were cut short as police were called to the Hidden Hills, California, property after the party got out of hand, TMZ reports.
A spokesperson for the Lost Hill Police Department told Us Weekly: "We responded to a call at Selena Gomez's residence around 10:30 p.m. last night regarding one loud music complaint. The people contacted were cooperative and turned the music down."
Despite neighbours claiming the music was so loud that their "windows were rattling," there were reportedly only 20 people there, but she did have a live performance taking place in her front room.
"The music may have gotten a little too loud because it was two guys performing and there were speakers, but it definitely wasn't some out of control party," a source told E!News.
The following day, Gomez posted her own picture on Instagram, sharing a black and white snap of friends surrounding a white piano and two singers.
"Tacos, live music and candles," the caption read. "Such a beautiful night with beautiful people."
The 'Love You Like A Love Song' singer may seem so happy due to her romance with Bieber being back on, but people close to the pair aren't convinced that it will last.
A close pal of the 'Baby' singer recently said, ''It is always on and off. Same story, every other week, every year. Now they are together again, next week they won't be. They never stop talking, even when you don't see them together -- that never changes. They fight, take a break, and then get back together.''