Vin Diesel's security team is apparently causing problems in the Dominican Republic.
The actor has been renting a home in a private gated community in the Dominican, and his next door neighbor said Vin's 12 security guards are making life miserable for the residents.
On April 11, TMZ obtained a letter the neighbor sent to Vin in which he calls the security guards "abusive" and "absurd."
"For a few weeks I have personally witnessed and heard from fellow homeowners the unprecedented and abusive display of your security people around our homes and beach," the letter says. "Interrogating us, blocking our street with five or six SUV's. Stopping residents while walking when you ride your bicycle."
The neighbor, Diego Arria, detailed an alleged incident on Easter in which he claims guards blocked pedestrians and traffic so Vin and his kids could ride bikes. Vin actually posted a photo from the bike ride to Instagram.
"… We are used to [seeing] many celebrities like yourself but who have not imposed their own personal and arbitrary rules while violating the peaceful enjoyment of us, homeowners and our guests while we are here," the neighbor wrote.
Diego adds that in 10 years of living in the home he has "never endured and suffered such absurd comportment by anyone renting a home in our very small, private and very secure community."
A source close the "Fast & Furious" star said he never meant to "inconvenience" the community. In fact, the source said all of Vin's security guards are locals, as he wanted to employ Dominicans to support the area.