The singer threw a massive bash to celebrate his 32nd birthday on Wednesday (May 5) at his house in Tarzana, Calif. The LAPD says it received multiple calls about double-parked cars and loud music that lasted into the early hours of the morning.
Neighbors eventually called the cops, who showed up around 2 a.m. Thursday and spoke with Chris’ security. The music was turned down before the party ended. According to TMZ, between 400 and 500 guests were in attendance, while ABC7 reports that at least 300 vehicles were parked outside the home.
No arrests were made, but parking tickets were issued to improperly parked cars. Squad cars helped direct the traffic jam as helicopters hovered overhead. Police said guests were cooperative as the party was being broke up.
This is not the first time cops have been called to the residence. In November 2019, Brown hosted a public yard sale. He shared his home address on social media as hundreds of fans stood in line to score some of the singer’s designer items.
Chris has not acknowledged the party, but partygoers shared footage from the celebration on social media.