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Good Skater But Lousy Neighbor: San Juan Residents Tell Nyjah Huston We've Got A Problem

SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO (  — Nyjah Huston is considered one of the best skateboarders on the planet.

As neighbors go, he's ranked a lot lower.

KCAL9's Bobby Kaple spoke to some of the X Games superstars neighbors and to hear them tell it, Huston we have a problem.

Kaple said the neighbors complain about what they call the 19-year-old's hard-partying lifestyle.

He lives in a multimillion-dollar home, but they think he's a party animal.

"When the music's blaring, you would think you were at Caesar's Palace," says neighbor Rob Morey.

Morey lives across the street from Huston and says the parties are constant and out of control.

"Doesn't matter if it's Monday or Tuesday ... Friday, Saturday or Sunday. The parties have just been crazy. There are 200-300 people here on weekends. You can't even pull a car down the middle of the street," Morey said.

Deputies have been called about noise at least 20 times, Orange County Sheriff's Department Lt. Jeff Hallock said.

"Investigators are in the process of working with the Orange County District Attorney's Office," Hallock said, and charges could potentially be filed against Huston.

Kaple caught up to Huston on his way out Thursday evening and asked for a comment.

Huston smiled and kept moving, Kaple reported.

In addition to the noise, Morey said, the party-goers leave a trail of damage in their wake.

Someone slammed into his intercom and knocked it over. He said the party-goers have passed out in a nearby lot.

He says when he spoke to Huston, he was assured by the skateboarder that it wouldn't happen again.

"Every time he says, 'Oh, I'm sorry. And it won't happen [again] and I'm going to hire security guys.' The security guys were worse than the parties without security guys,'" Morey said.

Kaple said Huston's lawyer declined a request for comment.

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