Police arrest woman after disturbance outside Drake’s mansion in Toronto

A female is in custody after what Toronto law enforcement are calling a disturbance outdoors a mansion that belongs to Canadian rap star Drake.

Police ended up referred to as to Toronto’s Bridle Route neighbourhood, in the region of Lawrence Avenue East and Bayview Avenue, at about 4:50 p.m. on Tuesday.

No 1 was injured and no one received entry to the gated residence, in accordance to Const. Alex Li, spokesperson for the Toronto Law enforcement Assistance.

Li declined to say if weapons were involved. The woman’s identify and age have not been introduced, and there’s no word on whether charges have been laid.

“I have not been current on any prices or circumstances,” Li claimed late Tuesday evening.

Toronto paramedics reported they were also named to the area for a disturbance and a probable assault but claimed there were being no people and they still left.

Law enforcement have cleared the scene.

No just one acquired entry to the house, pictured below, but a woman was taken into custody, Toronto law enforcement reported. (Chris Langenzarde /CBC)

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