Residents near the Hollywood actor’s five-bedroom home in Highgate, North London, claimed they were kept up until the early hours by loud music coming out of Law’s house on February 21 night, with noise protection officers being forced to visit and ask them to turn it down, reports a website.
One resident of the neighbourhood claimed the party - which went on until the early hours and was ‘like having a major festival event next door.’
It’s unknown if the actor was at the house himself as he did manage to make it to France hours later for a tour of the Jungle migrant camp in Calais.
Carolyn Mitchell, who lives a street away from Law, claimed the noise kept her awake until 3 am.
She told reporters: "It was terrifically noisy. It was like having a major festival event next door. It was that loud, with songs blaring out on an extremely loud sound system.
The party felt like a concert, the audience was responding to the songs."
Another neighbour who decided not to be named told the paper: "The noise was just unreal. My whole family couldn’t sleep, it was terrible. I’ve been here for a long time, but it hasn’t happened like this before."