Tinder
Image Credit: tanuha2001 / Shutterstock.com

Tinder Select is an invite-only version of the dating app. Last month, the exclusive dating group hosted a series of parties at telecom mogul Michael Hirtenstein’s oceanfront property. Over the weekends of July 14th and July 21st, cops reportedly visited the property multiple times due to noise complaints from neighbors.

Page Six reports, “Officers found that the party was over capacity and Tinder didn’t have required events permit.” Some of the activities featured at the party include “skateboard ramp, a DJ and a garden tepee for “those tender Tinder moments,” according to Page Six.

Apparently, the following week, Tinder submitted a request for a party permit, but then it crossed out on the form and asked for a wedding permit but, after being denied, “they threw the party anyway,” Page Six explains.

East Hampton Star added an executive at Tinder rented out the property on Old Montauk Highway for the month for $135,000 to host the Select parties. As a result, Tinder marketing director is reportedly facing $20,000 in fines and the Was Hampton town board has decided to seek a temporary restraining order against the company to prevent Tinder from holding any more parties.

“They rented the house for July and told me they were having small private events,” Hirtenstein told Page Six. “When I heard neighbors complained and the police were up there, I sent [Tinder] a text saying, ‘Get out of my house,’ and they were like, ‘We already did.’

You can get an inside look at the Tinder Select party below thanks to Instagram.