Neighbours call the police on Rebecca and Chris Judd’s wild ‘Juddchella’ housewarming party at their $7.3million mansion after a noise complaint
Rebecca and Chris Judd’s housewarming party was rudely interrupted by police after a noise complaint from a neighbour on Saturday afternoon.
Officers visited the $7.3million property in Brighton, Melbourne but took no further action and even told Rebecca she could ‘turn it up louder’ if she wanted to.
The incident took place during the couple’s Coachella-inspired ‘Juddchella’ party, which was attended by the likes of Nadia Bartel, Jessie Murphy and Lauren Phillips.
Are they serious? Rebecca and Chris Judd’s housewarming party was rudely interrupted by police after a noise complaint from a neighbour on Saturday afternoon
Rebecca, 36, explained on her KIIS FM radio show, The 3pm Pick-Up, on Monday that she had told all of her neighbours about the party well in advance.
‘I am a but of a goody two-shoes and always make sure that I do the right thing by everybody,’ she said.
‘So I texted some of my neighbours, emailed some of the others and did a letter drop as well to all of the aforementioned people – plus the side houses so we covered everyone – and said, “It is going to be very loud. We have a DJ and a sax player but it’s going to finish at 10pm.”‘
Nothing to see here! Officers visited the $7.3million property in Brighton, Melbourne but took no further action and even told Rebecca (pictured) she could ‘turn it up louder’ if she wanted to
Wild party: The incident took place during the couple’s Coachella-inspired ‘Juddchella’ party
Incident: Rebecca (right, with her sister, Kate Twigley) explained on her KIIS FM radio show Monday that officers had arrived at her front door at 4:40pm in response to a noise complaint
Despite her efforts, one neighbour clearly didn’t get the message and called police.
She added: ‘Anyway, [at] 4:40pm we have the police at the front door because a neighbour had complained because their daughter was trying to study and couldn’t. 4:40pm on a Saturday afternoon. Unbelievable.
‘The sun was shining, it was a beautiful day. Day, not night.’
No dramas! The footy WAG breathed a sigh of relief when the officers told her she was not breaking any law. Pictured: party guests at Juddchella
Maybe head to the library? The noise complaint was supposedly made by a neighbour whose ‘daughter was trying to study’. Pictured: party guests at Juddchella
However, the footy WAG breathed a sigh of relief when the officers told her she was not breaking any law.
She continued: ‘Anyway, the police come. They take a listen and say, “You can actually turn it up louder and you can actually go on later. You can go until 10:30.” Thank you!’
Rebecca’s co host, Megan Gale, then joked that the complaining neighbour was just upset they didn’t get an invitation to the party.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Victoria Police for comment.
Dancing the night away! Footage shared to Instagram by one of the guests, Jessie Murphy, showed the party still in full swing late into the evening