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James Franco’s neighbors are annoyed at the noise surrounding the production company he is supposedly running out of his home.
According to Curbed Los Angeles, James Franco bought a home in Los Angeles from a Mad Men costume designer for $775,000 last summer.
In November, The Real Estalker reported that Franco planned to build up the compound he shares with producer Vince Jolivette.
Franco’s neighbors, who used to appreciate that the actor lived next door, recently had a change of heart.
In an email detailed by Curbed LA, they explain their frustration.
To start, they believe that James is not living in the house at all, but that it is instead inhabited by people working for him. In fact, these strangers seem to be running a production company out of the house. People are constantly streaming in and out and trucks block off their driveway. With production meetings held nearby, the duo feel as though they are trespassing around their own home. The couple further mentions they have only been given advance notice of these inconveniences once.
What will come from this letter is still unknown. Franco has not commented on the issue. Are their arguments valid, or is it simply the price one pays to live in Los Angeles?