Kim Kardashian Wedding Prompts 22 Calls to Police
Neighbors complained about the loud music and helicopters hovering overhead.
Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries' wedding kept the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office busy over the weekend.
Officer Drew Sugars told the Associated Press that Saturday's ceremony, held on a private 11-acre estate in Montecito, Calif., brought 22 calls into the station, mostly complaints from neighbors about loud music and helicopters overhead.
Sugars said seven deputies were hired to provide supplemental security at the nuptials. No citations were issued, and no arrests were made.
But it wasn't just the Sheriff's Office that got calls about the wedding. Reports surfaced earlier Monday claiming that U.S. fire marshals showed up at the reception around midnight following complaints about the noise from neighbors.
DJ Cassidy spun tunes at the reception, which also featured performances by Stevie Wonder and Earth, Wind and Fire.
The wedding was recorded for an E! Entertainment two-part special, Kim’s Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event, that will air Oct. 9 and 10. Guests were asked not to bring cell phones or cameras to the event, as E! was the only outlet allowed to record the celebration.
As The Hollywood Reporter previously reported, People paid $1.5 million for exclusive rights to the photos from the event.