The latest report around FRIENDS star Jennifer Aniston has put all her fans in a state of shock. Apparently, a few 911 calls were made from the actor’s LA mansion right after her split from her then-husband Justin Theroux. These calls involve crimes such as domestic violence, knife incident and burglary. However, the star’s representative has denied any such incidents. As per a report in, it was in April 2018 that a call was made to 911 from Jennifer’s home reporting about a woman with a knife threatening a male.

A female reportedly naked was ‘threatening [a] male victim with a possible knife’ at 2:49 a.m in Jennifer Aniston’s Bel-Air garage, says the report. The caller also claimed of a history of ‘domestic violence’ at the address mentioned. Report further claims that when cops reached the said location, no evidence of the incident was found. Surprisingly, four days after this alleged incident took place, Aniston was seen with walking with an arm brace.

Another incident that has a mention in this report is about drugs being supplied from Jennifer’s mansion. An anonymous caller is said to have ‘overheard at a party’ that ‘NARCO [aka narcotics] [were being] distributed or sold from [the] garage of the subject location,’ on March 3. However, the official record revealed that cops could not prove this as they did not have a search warrant to carry out their investigation, as per the report.

Further, two more alarms seemed to have been raised from the actor’s home as the report suggests about ‘a silent panic alarm activated from the master bedroom at Jen’s home on two separate occasions just three days apart in October 2017.’ One call could possibly be to report a burglary, alleges report. 

Jennifer’s representative has denied all these reports stating, “Prank calls on celebrity homes happen regularly and a security team deals with the situation.” 
They say the best things in life are free! India’s favourite music channels 9XM, 9X Jalwa, 9X Jhakaas, 9X Tashan, 9XO are available Free-To-Air.  Make a request for these channels from your Cable, DTH or HITS operator.