A SWAT team reportedly raided Jake Paul's home on Wednesday, August 5.
According to TMZ, "Jake's house in Calabasas is currently being searched by the feds -- and that a search warrant has been issued to do so. We don't know why or what the authorities are looking for, but we do know agents are on the ground, taking a look around."
A FBI spokesperson revealed to the Los Angeles Times that no arrests are planned.
"The FBI is executing a federal search warrant at a residence in Calabasas in connection with an ongoing investigation. The affidavit in support of the search warrant has been sealed by a judge and I am, therefore, prohibited from commenting as to the nature of the investigation," they said.
There's no word on what they were searching for or if Jake is actually involved in the current investigation. However, TMZ reports that almost 20 people were around the property. It is also unclear if Jake was at the property during the time of the search.
Jake recently came under fire for throwing massive house parties on the property. But it hasn't been confirmed if the parties have any link to the search.
The Los Angeles Times also reports that the SWAT team was brought in to help with the investigation, although the reason for them hasn't been revealed.
The SWAT team was made up of "agents trained to make high-risk entries are used when there is intelligence to suggest there are firearms, or people who authorities fear could become violent, on the premises," the LA Times reported.
The teams have already left the home in Calabasas, but the investigation is still ongoing.
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