Ambo called to Bieber party house

Last updated 12:10 27/12/2013
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Recordings of a 911 emergency call being made from Justin Bieber's party have been released, after a young woman was in distress.

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Recordings of strange emergency calls, apparently made from a Justin Bieber party, have been leaked.

A few days after the pint-sized pop star announced he was quitting music, audio from a series of emergency calls reveals a young woman in distress at one of his infamous house parties, reported TMZ.

In the call, a member of Bieber's security team asks paramedics to come and help a woman in her twenties who is hyperventilating.

"She's conscious and breathing. She's in her early twenties. I think she might have had like a seizure," the person calling says.

He then said: "She's fine - she didn't have a seizure she just passed out. She's coherent now."

The operator tells him that paramedics are on the way.

Around 3am, the same man called the emergency services to call off the ambulance, said news.com.au

"They just left with the person and they're taking her to the hospital," Bieber's security said.

He told the operator "security" had accompanied her, and confirmed she was intoxicated.

At Bieber's parties, some of which are held at his Calabasas, California house, guests are banned from posting details, photos, or recordings of inside his house. According to news.com.au, they are also forbidden from talking about Bieber's physical health, or any of his philosophical or spiritual views.

Anyone who breaks the ban would be fined $5 million in damages, reported news.com.au

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