Chris Brown performs onstage at SOMETHING IN THE WATER - Day 3 on April 28, 2019 in Virginia Beach City.

Chris Brown’s 32nd birthday celebration, which fell on Cinco de Mayo, ended suddenly after his neighbors filed a noise complaint.

According to a report from gossip web site TMZ yesterday, the LAPD shut down Breezy’s festivities at his California home early in the morning at around 2 a.m. Apparently, law enforcement received multiple disturbance calls about loud music and cars double-parked all over Chris’ neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley.

The gossip outlet claims that when police arrived at the home, officers spoke with Brown’s security. The music was turned down, but that resulted in the party actually ending. The cops also estimated that there were between 400 and 500 people in attendance at the function.

TMZ posted video footage of a fleet of LAPD cars, trucks, and even a helicopter hovering around the premises outside of Chris Brown’s home. The sound of the helicopter might have added insult to injury to those neighbors complaining about the noise, though. Police directed the massive traffic jam of numerous luxury vehicles like Mercedes Benzs, Range Rover trucks, and limousines trying to make their way out of Chris Brown’s neighborhood. The illegally parked cars parked were also ticketed.

Apparently, due to prior incidents¬†at the artist’s home, four police cars and a supervisor were sent over to Breezy’s residence.