“What was given in support of the search warrant has been sealed and we are therefore prohibited from commenting on the nature of the investigation,” the bureau said in a statement to ABC7, adding that no arrests were planned.
The search comes about two weeks after Paul hosted a tumultuous party at the Calabasas mansion, sparking sparks over the lack of masks and social distancing among dozens of guests.
Mayor Alicia Weintraub expressed outrage at the large-scale meeting, which took place despite growing coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths in California.
The videos of the home party went viral on social media.
Weintraub said she learned about the party when residents complained, telling them they saw “tons of people walking down the street without masks and then gathering.”
“I was very upset that someone would hold such an outrageous gathering in our community,” the mayor told ABC News. “We’re trying to do everything we can to reduce our numbers and keep our community safe, and something like that does just the opposite.”
DEVELOPMENT: More details will be added to this report when they become available.
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