For being too loud very early in the morning, the birthday party thrown for the actor's friend had to be ended.
Cory Monteith and his roommate received a ticket from the cops for having too loud a party. The "Glee" star was throwing one of his friends a birthday party in his Hollywood Hills home but the music's noise level bothered the neighbors.
The annoyed neighbors called the police, and the officers arrived at 4.30 A.M. Monteith and his roommate reportedly were "extremely nice to the officers" but that did not prevent the cops to give them a ticket for the loud music.
The party, which was attended by other cast members from "Glee", was shut down in agreement between Monteith and the cops.
On another news, it was reported that the actor has signed with agency UTA after leaving APA. He continues to be represented by Elena Kirschner at RED Management and attorney Steve Warren.