Pharrell Williams’ House Swatted After Caller Reported Fake Fatal Shooting At His Home

Pharrell Williams’ home was swatted after someone made a prank call to police claiming a person had been fatally shot there.

According to TMZ, law enforcement sources claim that cops rushed to the producer’s LA-area home Monday night around 6:30 PM after someone called police claiming a friend had been accidentally shot in the stomach and died.

Officers made their way to Pharrell’s home only to find its occupants, who were confused as to why the police were on their front porch. Officers proceeded to confirm that no one on the premises was injured and concluded that it was a prank.

After further investigation, the police found that there hadn’t been a shooting incident at all. Pharrell reportedly wasn’t even home when it all went down, but police are still looking into who placed the call.

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