Porn star couple working from home warned over ‘extreme noise’ by neighbours

A porn star couple working from home have reportedly received a stern warning from neighbours over making “extreme noise”.

The US adult entertainment actor and his boyfriend sparked complaints in Sydney, Australia.

Residents moaned visitors to their seventh floor apartment failed to practise social distancing during meet-and-greets organised through social media.

The pair have now been put on notice by neighbours who demanded an environment free of ‘unacceptable behaviour’.

It comes after authorities were called three times to the high-rise Monument complex in Surry Hills, where they are renting a flat.

Police and paramedics were called to one incident in August, WAtoday reports.

A spokesman for police said: ”I can confirm Surry Hills police attended, however, the incident is not of public interest and would cause no concern for other residents.”

But the strata committee, which represents the residents, has reportedly now had enough and put the couple on notice.



The couple have sparked complaints
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It has declared the duo is “disturbing the peaceful enjoyment of surrounding lots with extreme noise”.

The committee served a notice by sending a letter to the pair ordering them to follow the block’s rules.

If they don’t abide by them, the couple face mediation and a penalty notice.

In the letter, committee members wrote: “We must all try, regardless of the situation, to get along.

“We all have the right to live and work in environments free of unacceptable and unlawful communication and behaviour.

“Let’s all show the respect and courtesy to others that we expect to be shown ourselves.”

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The note also warned against bullying, harassment and verbal and physical abuse, local media reported.

It comes amid a boom in virtual sex work due to the coronavirus pandemic, which led countries to enforce strict lockdowns during recent months.

Back in April OnlyFans, which hosts amateur content, reported a 75% increase in sign-ups since the start of the outbreak.