Two 911 Calls Made About Jennifer Aniston's Bel-Air Mansion Alleging Domestic Violence and Drug Use

Two 911 Calls Made About Jennifer Aniston's Bel-Air Mansion Alleging Domestic Violence and Drug Use
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Jennifer Aniston’s Bel-Air mansion was the subject of multiple 911 calls around the time she split from Justin Theroux , claims a new report. The worst came just two months after the couple announced their separation when the caller claimed a female suspect wasn’t wearing clothes and was “threatening a male victim with a possible knife.”

According to Radar Online, someone called 911 on April 18, 2018, and told dispatchers that a naked woman was in the garage of Aniston’s $21 million mansion threatening a man with a knife. The caller also claimed there was a “history of domestic violence” at the home, but when police arrived “there was no evidence of trouble.”

Police never identified the people involved in the April 2018 call, but insiders say that Aniston and Theroux did have a history of major blowups in their marriage, and they reportedly got into a huge fight on December 14, 2017. However, a rep for Aniston denies this claim.

“Justin removed himself from the situation before it got physical and checked into a hotel,” said an insider said at the time.

Just a few days before the April 2018 call, cameras caught Theroux in New York City with 26-year-old model Erika Cardenas. And, a few days after the call, Aniston was wearing an arm brace on her left wrist when she attended Jimmy Kimmel’s son’s birthday party.

Radar is also reporting that someone placed another 911 call on March 3rd about someone selling drugs out of the garage of Aniston’s home. However, police didn’t have a search warrant and weren’t allowed to enter the property.

In October 2017, someone triggered a silent panic alarm from the master bedroom twice in three days, and authorities claimed one alarm was for a possible break-in. Again, Aniston’s rep has denied that any of these incidents took place.

One insider claims that the 911 calls could all be part of a scam.

“Prank calls on celebrity homes happen regularly and a security team deals with the situation,” the source explained.

Jennifer Aniston will be returning to television this fall, as she is set to star in the new Apple TV+ drama The Morning Show with Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carrell. The show is set to premiere when the new streaming service debuts on November 1st.

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