Jennifer Lopez's home still being hit by false 911 calls - report

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Pranksters are reportedly targeting Jennifer Lopez's Los Angeles home with fake 911 calls for the second time this year.

It was previously reported the singer's house had been the subject of at least 15 false calls to local law enforcement, which began after her performance at President Joe Biden's inauguration in January.

Editors at TMZ have now claim the Los Angeles Police Department is still being flooded with 911 calls alleging loud music and disturbances at Lopez's home, which turn out to be unfounded.

A source told the news outlet that each time officers get to the Jenny from the Block singer's home, no noise is evident, and her security confirm everything is fine.

Police are reportedly struggling to track down the 911 calls because they aren't coming from a landline and the bogus calls are proving to be a huge waste of time and manpower.

Lopez's security team is working with the LAPD in an effort to hunt down the offenders

The news comes as the Second Act star was seen, in pictures obtained by Daily Mail Online, arriving back in L.A. with her twins, Max and Emme, 13, on Friday.

The 51-year-old was seen exiting a private jet with her children, as they returned from Miami, Florida.

Meanwhile Ben Affleck, who Lopez is dating again following her split from Alex Rodriguez in April, has reportedly been spending time with her mother Guadalupe while he films a project in Las Vegas.

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