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Gwyneth Paltrow’s daughter, Apple Martin, threw a party that got shut down by the police and landed her with a fine

Gwyneth Paltrow’s daughter Apple Martin allegedly threw a party so rowdy in the Hamptons. The police shut it down.



Apple Martin, daughter of Gwyneth Paltrow, is accused of throwing a noisy party in the Hamptons that resulted in a police fine for the youngster.

At her Oscar-winning mother’s Amagansett mansion on August 13, the 18-year-old was surrounded by about 50 pals when things reportedly went out of hand, according to Page Six.

According to reports, upset neighbors who were bothered by the noise called the police.

According to Page Six, police stopped the party on Friday, August 22, and reportedly fined Apple.

They were making so much noise and partying like rock stars that several neighbors were outraged and phoned the police, who ended the party.

According to the insider, representatives from the town clerk’s office also visited the event to determine whether it was legal.

You need a permit to host a gathering of more than 50 individuals in the region, they continued.

It’s unlikely that Apple’s mother, 49, and her stepfather, 51-year-old TV producer Brad Falchuk, attended the event.

According to a representative for the East Hampton Town Ordinance Enforcement Department, they responded to noise concerns by visiting the actress’ opulent home.

We went to Paltrow’s residence after hearing noise complaints, they claimed.

They were within code because there were fewer than 50 individuals there when we arrived. The police would issue tickets to anyone who received one.

The East Hampton police declined to respond to Page Six.

Gwyneth’s ex-husband Chris Martin, 45, with whom the “Sliding Doors” actress also had son Moses, 16, is the mother of Apple.

After 11 years of marriage to Martin, the couple “intentionally uncoupled” and got a divorce in 2016. The actress then wed Brad two years later.

Gwyneth wrote on Facebook to commemorate Apple’s 18th birthday: “18. I find it difficult to express myself this morning (crying emoji.)

“I am very proud of the woman you have become. You are so much more than I could have ever imagined. Proud is an inadequate word to describe the sentiments that fill my heart and leave me speechless. You are truly exceptional in all respects. Happy birthday, sweetheart. I sincerely hope you are aware of how unique you are and how much light you have given to everyone who has been fortunate enough to know you. In the words of auntie Drew, “I was born the day you were born. ” I often say this and I’ll never stop. I cherish you. Mama.”