Enough already! Jennifer Lopez’s L.A. home is reportedly still being targeted with fake 911 calls — and the jig is getting old.
The counterfeit calls were said to have started months ago, beginning almost immediately after J.Lo performed at President Biden’s inauguration in January, causing speculation to arise that the prank calls were politically motivated.
By March, it was reported that the singer’s house had been the subject of at least 15 fraudulent calls to law enforcement.
According to law enforcement sources, each bogus 911 call falsely reports complaints including loud music and disturbing noise supposedly coming from the Selena actress’ home in L.A. Following protocol, the officers then head to the scene, where each time, they are informed by the singer’s security that everything is A-okay on the premises.
In one instance, cops reportedly arrived at the "On The Floor" singer’s pad only to find a gardener, who security vouched for and assured that the worker wasn’t blaring any music.
The LAPD is struggling to locate the source of the calls, which are reportedly not coming from a landline, making the whole ordeal a frustrating waste of time that the LAPD is supposedly sick and tired of.
Affleck has three children who live in L.A. with ex-wife Jennifer Garner: Violet, 15, Seraphina, 12, and Samuel, 9. Lopez has reportedly been looking into schools near L.A. for her twins, Max and Emme, 13.
The reunited lovebirds are also reportedly discussing summer plans to get more time together after the weekend getaways have heated up their romance rather quickly.
Earlier this week, a source spilled that Bennifer 2.0 is back and better than ever, as the two "soulmates" are “very much in love” again, and that they're in it for the long hall this time.
TMZ was the first to report that Lopez's home is still being targeted.