Selena Gomez Throws Party, Cops Called
Selena Gomez has a pretty clean image and the last thing she needs is Justin Bieber causing trouble for her. It appears that Gomez is back with her on again, off again boyfriend. The couple spent some time together on Monday and were seen riding Bieber’s motorcycle.
Gomez decided that she needed to have some more fun and invited some of her friends to her home for a house party. Of course, Bieber was also at the party.
All was going well at the party until the cops showed up. According to reports, the music was getting too loud for the neighbors and someone called and complained about the party to the cops.
A spokesperson for the Lost Hills Police Department confirmed that they received a call and showed up at the party.
“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.”
While a loud music complaint isn’t a big deal, many of Selena’s fans and friends are worried that it is just the beginning of her problems if she continues to hang out with and date Justin Bieber.
Bieber once had a squeaky clean image himself, but all that changed this past year. He has been charged with drunk driving, street racing, vandalism and several other crimes.
Bieber and Gomez can’t seem to decide if they want to be together or not. They have broken up several times but they always get back together.
Rumors about the couple being back together have been swirling, but neither of them have confirmed that they are in a relationship together. A source close to the couple had plenty to say about the two singers.
“Justin and Selena are definitely full-on back together at the moment,” the source said. “They spent all day riding together on a Can-Am Spyder on Sunset Blvd. … Justin drove while Selena sat on the back holding on to [him].He was incredibly sweet with her and they looked super happy and in love.”
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