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Alyssa Milano denies calling cops to her quiet California enclave


Alyssa Milano denied reports that she called the police home on Sunday, saying it was her neighbor who originally called, but admitted that her husband, talent agent Dave Bugliari, made a follow-up phone call, to check the status of officials

Alyssa Milano has hit back on reports that she called the police on Sunday morning when an "armed shooter" – who turned out to be a teenager with an air pistol – was on her property.

In a tweet on Tuesday, the actress and activist denied disappointing police that she called the police, instead saying that it was her neighbor who made the first 911 call after seeing a black-clad person coming in Rifle held behind my house where I was living with my young children and my husband '.

She admitted that her husband, 39-year-old talent agent, Dave Bugliari, made another call to 911 to check the status of the officers' arrival but said they showed up while he was on the line.

"Right-wing media and trolls have decided to target me," the actress said in her tweet after DailyMail.com posted photos of the seven Ventura County sheriff's vehicles, a K-9 unit, a police helicopter and one Los Angeles Fire Department team demonstrate guarding their home for at least three hours.

Alyssa praised the officials, who she often criticized, and said they made her family feel "safe and secure". This is a very different tune for the activist who is known as a vocal critic of the police and supports their defunding.

In the end, it turned out that the shooter was a neighborhood teen who shot squirrels with an air pistol.

In a tweet on Tuesday, the actress hit back on reports that she called the police on Sunday morning when an "armed shooter" - who turned out to be a teenager with an air pistol - was on her property

In a tweet on Tuesday, the actress hit back on reports that she called the police on Sunday morning when an "armed shooter" – who turned out to be a teenager with an air pistol – was on her property

DailyMail.com received exclusive photos showing the first responders coming to the rescue of the actress and activist who works on behalf of the police

DailyMail.com received exclusive photos showing the first responders coming to the rescue of the actress and activist who works on behalf of the police

At least seven Ventura County Sheriffs vehicles, a K-9 unit, a police helicopter and a Los Angeles Fire Department team sat on the road on standby, as seen on DailyMail.com

At least seven Ventura County Sheriffs vehicles, a K-9 unit, a police helicopter and a Los Angeles Fire Department team sat on the road on standby, as seen on DailyMail.com

The aerial and street level search lasted over three hours and ended abruptly at 12:20 p.m.

The aerial and street level search lasted over three hours and ended abruptly at 12.20 p.m.

In her tripartite statement, Alyssa said she and her family were preparing to watch the Giants' soccer game when the neighbor spotted the man in what she described as "a rare sight in our parts".

According to reports, Alyssa was concerned that the "shooter" might be someone chasing former star "Charmed and Who's The Boss"

Alyssa was reportedly concerned that the "shooter" might be someone chasing former star "Charmed and Who's The Boss"

She said she and her family were "protected in place" until the area was safe.

The actress thanked the brave men and women of the Ventura County sheriffs and all other officials who had come to protect and serve our neighborhood.

"These are exactly the situations that police officers are trained to deal with and to respond to, and we will always support the police in having the resources they need to carry out appropriate police operations," she added.

Alyssa said she would like to see "trained non-police officers respond to addiction and mental health crises and non-violent events".

DailyMail.com received exclusive photos showing the first responders receiving the 47-year-old in her five bed, six bath, 8,000 square foot, $ 2.5 million upscale Bell Canyon gated community just 20 minutes north to come to the rescue from Los Angeles.

A neighbor told DailyMail.com: “We first noticed that the helicopter was circling very low above us and knew something was going on. Usually it's such a quiet community. Then we saw all the police cars parked in front of Alyssa's house. They had their weapons ready and they seemed very serious. & # 39;

During the morning, residents received updates from law enforcement agencies.

In her tripartite statement, Alyssa said that she and her family were preparing to watch the Giants football game when the neighbor spotted the man, which she said "is a rare sight in our parts".

In her tripartite statement, Alyssa said she and her family were preparing to watch the Giants football game when the neighbor spotted the man, which she said "is a rare sight in our parts".

The neighbors had reported that Alyssa and her husband had dialed 911 when they heard what they believed were gunfire on their 1.39 acre property.

They allegedly told the emergency helpline the sound scared their dogs and made them feel like the shooter was nearby.

A suspect was described to the officers, who were "male, 40 years old, with a long gun".

The two, who have been married since 2009, were also concerned that it might be someone chasing former star Charmed and Who's The Boss.

In 2008, Alyssa filed injunctions against alleged stalker Jeff Turner, a then 54-year-old man who she claimed had tried to break into the same house twice.

The Nextdoor neighborhood app was fraught with concern.

"We have just passed by about 12 armed officers on Bell Canyon Road," wrote one resident. "You respond to a phone call reporting a man with a gun in the neighborhood!" This was also the cause of the helicopter. Stay inside, stay safe! & # 39;

Alyssa's gate was open and police guarded the entire roadside, as these photos from DailyMail.com show.

Alyssa's tweet appears to be in direct contradiction to the police presence on Sunday as she relied on heavy police presence to protect her

Alyssa's tweet appears to be in direct contradiction to the police presence on Sunday as she relied on heavy police presence to protect her

Photos obtained from DailyMail.com show Milan's gate to their home, open and guarded by law enforcement across the roadside

Photos received by DailyMail.com show Milan's gate to their house, open and guarded by law enforcement across the roadside

The 47-year-old lives in a $ 2.5 million house in the upscale residential complex just 20 minutes north of Los Angeles

The 47-year-old lives in a $ 2.5 million house in the upscale residential complex just 20 minutes north of Los Angeles

At least one Los Angeles Fire Department truck was seen on site. Alyssa's neighbors estimate it cost thousands of taxpayer dollars

At least one Los Angeles Fire Department truck was seen on site. Alyssa's neighbors estimate it cost thousands of taxpayer dollars

The officers then had an impromptu meeting with some residents of the Bell Canyon Community Center to validate what they called the "Squirrel Gate".

The officers then had an impromptu meeting with some residents of the Bell Canyon Community Center to validate what they called the "Squirrel Gate".

The aerial and street level search lasted over three hours and ended abruptly at 12.20 p.m.

"It turned out to be a neighborhood teen who shot squirrels with an air pistol," a resident told DailyMail.com.

The male teenager witnessed the emergency relief and later realized he was the cause and turned himself in.

The officers then had an impromptu meeting with some residents of the Bell Canyon Community Center to validate what they called the "Squirrel Gate".

Alyssa has owned this house in Bell Canyon since 2001. She lives there with her husband and two children, Milo, nine, and Elizabella, six.

In July, left-wing activist Alyssa tweeted a link to her 3.7 million followers, urging them to end the "People's L.A." Budget to sign. that requires a 90 percent reduction in police funding.

She tweeted, “What is the Los Angeles Police Protective League? @LAPPL is a close advocacy group that stands up for our politicians to protect the LAPD budget, the pensioners and civil servants. But elected (sic) must #ProtectPeopleNot Police. Sign the # People & # 39; sBudgetLA petition. & # 39;

Then she just tweeted & # 39; # DefundThePolice & # 39; in August.

& # 39; She uses her platform in a hypocritical way. Why not send your husband out to find out what is actually going on before calling the police? I would appreciate today's law enforcement response costing taxpayers thousands of dollars, ”said a neighbor

& # 39; She uses her platform in a hypocritical way. Why not send your husband out to find out what is actually going on before you call the police? I would appreciate today's law enforcement response costing taxpayers thousands of dollars, ”said a neighbor

A neighbor says: “She can tweet these things because at the end of the day she lives behind gates in a residential complex. She knows the police will come to rescue her. But what about all the people who don't have this luxury and live in unsafe areas? She obviously doesn't care.

& # 39; She uses her platform in a hypocritical way. Why not send your husband out to find out what is actually going on before calling the police? I would appreciate today's law enforcement response costing taxpayers thousands of dollars. & # 39;

This is not the first time she has been called a hypocrite.

In August, former castmate Rose McGowan went on Twitter accusing her of stealing the #metoo movement.

Milano infuriated McGowan when she defended presidential candidate Joe Biden after allegations of sexual assault by a former employee went public.

The feud prompted the hashtag #AlyssaMilanoIsALie to set trends on Twitter.

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