Police were sent to Bella Thornes home in Los Angeles over the weekend after several 911 calls were made on Sunday morning, reporting several firearms from the area.
Sources of law enforcement told The Blast that nearby residents claimed to have heard more shots while a party was going on at Thornes home.
According to the sending of sound obtained by The Blast the witnesses claim that they heard several shots from the party, and an officer claims they "fired two shots in the air."
Several of the Los Angeles Police Department units, including a helicopter, hastily rushed to the scene and commanded a public speaker outside the house to spread. An officer on transit sounds claims that the suspects fled the scene in a silver Mercedes and were seen moving away from the house.
The Blast reports that the suspect or suspect is still in progress. It is unclear whether there were any victims as a result of the alleged shot, even though no one was identified.
A LAPD spokesman told the news release that the firearm could have been confused with fireworks and added that arrests or quotes were not arrested for the incident.
Thorne made headlines as of late The Whoopi Goldberg host criticized her on the internet to be the victim of a naked photo hacking program. During Monday's episode of the ABC talk show, Goldberg said: "If you're famous, I don't care how old you are. You don't take naked pictures of yourself … I'm sorry. Your age doesn't ̵
Duff the actress was quick to poke back in a letter and tear video where she rang Goldberg for the victim blamed her after she was violated by hacker's actions.
"Dear Whoopi, I have loved you so long, but honestly I am so unhappy and sad of your response to my leakage. Blaming girls to take the picture in the first place? Is sick and honestly disgusting," she wrote . "I am offended by anyone out there who has ever taken a sexy photo. I am offended by Jennifer Lawrence, who feels publicly raped. I am offended by any person who has committed suicide because someone is leaking their naked. on this question is frankly horrible and i hope you change your mindset as you are a show talking to young girls. "
In his video, Thorne said:" Shame on you, Whoopi. just make public opinion out there for any young girl to think they are obnoxious to take a picture as such. "