A woman in her 20 remains unidentified after being the subject of the disturbing calls from Justin Bieber’s home earlier this month. TMZ has released the audio of the exchange between 911 and a member of Bieber’s team earlier this month.
The audio revealed a distress call about a young, unidentified woman who had a medical emergency when she attended one of Bieber’s parties at his house in Calabasas, Calif.
According to the news.com.au, the call provided details of the emergency, describing the young woman in her early twenties. What was disturbing about the call was the number of times the story of the caller from Bieber’s team had changed in the course of the communication with the 911 personnel.
The caller first described the woman “hyperventilating.” Then noted later that she looked like having a seizure.
"She's conscious and breathing. She's in her early twenties. I think she might have had like a seizure,” the caller was heard in the audio released by TMZ, according to news.com.au.
Shortly after, the caller changed the medical condition from seizure to simply “passing out.”
The caller added, "She's fine - she didn't have a seizure she just passed out. She's coherent now."
The call ended with the 911 personnel assuring Bieber’s team that paramedics were on their way. News.com.au noted in a report that the same man made another call at 3:12am, calling off the ambulance, saying that the woman had been taken to the hospital.
The call was received by another dispatcher who was told by the same caller: "They just left with the person and they're taking her to the hospital."
The 911 dispatcher then asked the caller if the woman was “intoxicated,” and the man from the other line confirmed that she was. The caller from Bieber’s team simply responded, “security,” when the 911 dispatcher asked, “Who left with her,” noted news.com.au.
"They're gonna take her to the hospital,” added the caller.
The disturbing call made by Bieber’s team has now been connected to earlier reports that the singer had asked his party guests to sign a waiver indicating their agreement to keep mum about what happened inside Bieber’s house earlier this month.
The agreement, said news.com.au noted that guests are to pay a $5M fine if they post any photo, video and information of what transpired at the party back then.
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