Disturbing 911 calls involving allegations of domestic violence and drugs have been made about Jennifer Aniston’s ritzy California mansion!
According to 911 records, a female suspect wearing “no clothing” was in the garage at Aniston’s $21 million Bel-Air home and “threatening a male victim with a possible knife” at 2:49 a.m.
The caller also claimed there was a “history of domestic violence” at the address. But according to official documents, “there was no evidence of trouble” when police arrived.
The people allegedly involved were not identified, but sources told Radar the Friends star, 50, and Theroux, 48, were known to have blowups — and that they had erupted in a face-to-face showdown at the mansion on December 14, 2017.
Although a rep for the actress denied the December incident took place, “Justin removed himself from the situation before it got physical” and checked into a hotel, an insider said at the time.
Days before the 911 call in April, Theroux was photographed with 26-year-old model Erika Cardenas in New York City.
The photos were published online on April 18.
The next day, Theroux was photographed in L.A. at the Chateau Marmont, and was back in New York on May 1.
Yet another troubling 911 call about Aniston’s palatial seven-bedroom pad involved alleged illegal drug activity.
Radar has learned that on March 3, an anonymous caller “overheard at a party” that “NARCO aka narcotics were being distributed or sold from the garage of the subject location.”
But police could not enter the property to check for drugs without a search warrant, according to official records, and no further action resulted.
In other ominous incidents, a silent panic alarm was activated from the master bedroom at Jen’s home on two separate occasions just three days apart in October 2017.
One alarm was tripped just before 11:15 p.m. and the other just after 1 p.m. Authorities said one call was for a possible burglary.
Despite the 911 records obtained by Radar under the Freedom of Information Act, a rep for the actress denied any of the incidents occurred.
A source in Hollywood suggested the cops may have been scammed.
“Prank calls on celebrity homes happen regularly and a security team deals with the situation,” the source said.