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Over the weekend, police were called to Justin Bieber's condo in Beverly Hills four times due to noise complaints and they say he needs to be more "respectful of his neighbors."
According to TMZ, who exclusively reported the news, on Saturday morning and stretching into the early hours of Saturday, police got four separate noise complaints.
Neighbors called in to say that Bieber was partying much too loud, but he got away with not being cited as he allegedly promised to quiet the party down. In addition to the noise complaints, there were two other problems relating to paparazzi and fans in the area.
Beverly Hills police spokesman spoke with CNN and say they have warned the "Baby" singer to cool it or he could get in quite a lot of trouble.
Sgt. Max Subin said that while they received noise complaints, they could not charge Bieber as they were not present to hear the loud music coming from the condo. He did warn that the neighbors could take matters into their own hands and place Bieber under citizen's arrest.
"We ask for Mr. Bieber to be respectful of his neighbors and to the community of Beverly Hills," Rubin said. "Take the bull by the horns and actually turn down the music and limit the size of his parties in consideration for the sleeping child and elderly residents."
The Canadian pop star could also end up violating his two-year probation, TMZ notes, should he receive a citation for noise. Bieber was convicted of misdemeanor vandalism earlier this month for egging his Calabasas neighbor's house.
As part of the plea deal, the singer has to enter into an anger management program and complete five days of community service on top of the probation.
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