A neighbor of Boris Johnson, who is expected to become Britain's Prime Minister next month, called the police in the early hours of Friday morning and feared that the politician's girlfriend was in danger of domestic violence. A neighbor told The Guardian that they heard screams, slamming and banging inside the apartment, they share in South London. The neighbor told the newspaper that Carrie Symonds could be heard that Johnson should "come out of me" and "get out of my apartment." Some of the alleged abuses were recorded by neighbors who were concerned about Symond's security; The recording allegedly includes Johnson refusing to leave the apartment and telling his partner to "get out of my fucking laptop" before a loud noise can be heard. The band that was heard by The Guardian reportedly said that Symonds said: "You don't care about anything because you are spoiled. You have no care for money or anything." Johnson's office did not answer claims.