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Vine star Jake Paul has apparently turned his neighbourhood into a 'war zone'

His neighbours are FUMING.

By j-14

First, Vine-star turned actor Jake Paul was dragged for cheating on his ex Alissa Violet. Then, fans were shocked after he was caught pushing Tessa Brooks k on camera. Now, his neighbours are accusing the Bizaardvark star of terrorising the neighborhood.

Don't think that this is any old "Justin Bieber egging his neighbour’s house" sitch. We kid you not; Jake's neighbours are legit calling it a "war zone" and "a living hell." Yikes!

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Fans know that Jake will do nearly anything for a video, but it sounds kind of wild living next door to all the craziness. In a previous YouTube vid, Jake and his buddies tossed furniture into an empty pool and lit it on fire.

Neighbours claimed that the flames created fumes and flames above the house, which could have been a serious hazard. Besides all these dangerous stunts, people are upset about the crowds of fans who camp outside his house. According to reports, Jake has does little to hide his address, and fully welcomes the company.

KTLA 5 interviewed the Disney Channel star as friends egged him on in the background. The YouTuber freely admits, "The neighbours hate me."

Neighbour Matal Dahan, spoke with the news crew, saying,

"We used to be a really nice, quiet street, but now we're just this war zone. We're families here and we're more than happy to have them live here if they're respectful of their neighbors, but they're not."

Apparently the neighbourhood are deciding their next course of action, including whether to file a class-action lawsuit against Jake and the homeowner.
Jake responded to his neighbours’ complaints saying,

"But people like going to circuses though, right?" And later was seen climbing on top of the news van and mocking the reporter's shoes.

The web star continued to make a statement to his neighbours (which we're guessing will not make them feel any better).

"Honestly, it's terrible, it's a bad situation for sure. I feel bad for them, for sure. There's nothing we can do," he said. "The Jake Paulers are the strongest army out there. Dab."

Time to grow up, we think.

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