We haven’t heard much about the party Justin Bieber threw at his house that resulted in a "disturbing the peace" charge, and it seems there's a good reason why. The singer had guests and workers sign a contract before entering the party, which held them to a $3 million penalty if they revealed any details about what went on inside! Bieber’s insane party contract forbade his guests from tweeting, texting, calling, Facebooking, recording or writing any details about what went on inside his California mansion during the Gatsby-themed party.

The party contract also stated that anyone who violates the confidentiality agreement will have to pay a $3 million fine, with no right to appeal the charge. However, the insane price tag is a significant reduction from what it used to be: Party contracts from Bieber’s house obtained last May carried a $5 million penalty.

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Bieber threw the party for roughly 100 people, including Snoop Dogg, all of whom signed the contract agreement. A neighbor reportedly called the cops at 1 a.m. to report a noise disturbance and local police arrived at the mansion to tell everyone to keep it down. But Bieber refused to stop, and cops were called again at 3 a.m., with TMZ reporting that cops smelled marijuana inside the mansion. The cops were called for a third time at 5:30 a.m. and Bieber had a report filed against him for disturbing the peace. It remains to be seen whether police will send it to the L.A. County District Attorney for possible prosecution.

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Ever since Bieber bought a mansion in the ritzy L.A. community of Calabasas, he has reportedly been terrorizing his neighbors. He was accused of spitting in a neighbor's face last March, resulting in assault charges that were ultimately dropped due to lack of evidence. He was also charged with reckless driving for allegedly roaring through his gated community at high speeds. However, a judge dismissed the speeding charges.

And even when Bieber wasn’t present at the mansion, raucous parties were still being thrown there by former pals Lil Twist and Lil Za. However, Bieber kicked them both out of his residence last September after a reported jewelry heist took place during a party the duo held while he was away on tour.