The reports of Chris Brown racing dogs around his Hollywood building and parking in handicapped spots were never really confirmed, but the 'devil art' he sprayed all over the place was clear for the world to see. After being told that his gruesome graffiti "literally frightened" children living nearby, Brown refused to remove it and told neighbours: "Keep [the kids] inside then! It's art. There are scarier creatures on Harry Potter. Get a f**king life." Chris Brown - just another brilliant artist unappreciated in his time...
Back in the dark days of 2009, when she was still very much 'that Simple Life brat', Paris Hilton's neighbours got so tired of her wild and destructive parties that they offered to pay a five-figure sum to get her evicted. Paris insisted that she was one of the "nicest neighbours in the whole world", but we'd like to point out that residents were willing to part with almost $30,000 (£17,000) of their hard-earned cash just five days after she moved in. Do we believe her?
Much like Katy, 'Dirrty' singer Christina Aguilera angered her Beverly Hills neighbours by making "sexy noises" with former husband Jordan Bratman. However, in this case the couple didn't burrow themselves away in a private little love nest, but quite openly screamed their lungs out for all to hear in their backyard pool. "They don't just splash around - they laugh, scream, swear and make sexy noises," a source complained. "We're happy that they're happy, but we wish they would keep it down a bit."
It's hard to imagine that anyone would object to the idea of Matthew McConaughey naked, but apparently the sight of the Dallas Buyers Club star getting creative in the nude really turned off a few of his (clearly insane) neighbours. Apparently, back in the '90s Matthew would regularly wind down by stripping off and beating away on a pair of bongos, and eventually a few prudes called the police. "I did it 500 times before the cop showed up and I still do it now," the Oscar winner said. We hear Daniel Day-Lewis does something similar.
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Do you have any bad neighbor stories, ONTD?