The sounds coming from former Victoria's Secret model Erin Heatherton's condo are hardly angelic.
Neighbors have filed a lawsuit again the pretty face, accusing her of consistently throwing loud parties and generally being a nuisance in the New York building in which she lives.
The New York Post, citing the civil suit, said she has received seven warnings from the condo board about noise disturbances.
Erin, who worked with Victoria's Secret from 2009-2013 and is a high end model for top brands Chanel and Valentino, has lived in the West Village condo since buying it in 2012 for $1.8 million.
The lawsuit, filed in a Manhattan court, said the 27-year-old "regularly causes and allows unreasonable levels of noise and bass vibrations to emanate from the unit into the condo's common areas and adjacent units late at night and into the early morning hours, disturbing the condo's residents and interfering with their ability to use and enjoy their units."
It goes on to say that she does not "abate the ongoing noise nuisance," the Post said, which unapologetically said, "Erin Heatherton's neighbors hate her."
The building has 147 units.
Court documents also said she's a bad tenant in terms of bills, claiming she owes $16,000 in unpaid common charges to the building.
After being contacted by the no-holds-barred newspaper, she said the allegations were false.
If true, this isn't the first time Erin has been a bit of a thorn in the side of a swath of people. Earlier this year, she blasted Victoria's Secret, telling Time magazine that the legendary lingerie company told her to lose weight.
"My last two Victoria's Secret shows, I was told I had to lose weight," she said, adding, "I look back like, 'Really?'"
The leggy model, who has previously dated Leonardo DiCaprio, said she was working out twice a day to prep for the legendary Victoria's Secret show, but she couldn't reach the weight goal that was specified for her. The 2013 show would be her last.
"I was really depressed because I was working so hard and I felt like my body was resisting me," she recalled. "And I got to a point where one night I got home from a workout and I remember staring at my food and thinking maybe I should just not eat."
After some self-evaluation she decided it was best to end her deal with Victoria's Secret.
She said, "I realized I couldn't go out into the world—parading my body and myself in front of all these women who look up to me—and tell them that this is easy and simple and everyone can do this."