Reality show in Murrells Inlet given noise ticket by deputies

Reality show in Murrells Inlet given noise ticket by deputies (Image 1)

Deputies with Georgetown County Sheriff's office responded to 4215 Highway 17 Business for a noise complaint.  This location is where a not yet named reality show is being filmed.

Warren Stedman lives nearby. He called to complain about a lot of hooting and hollering coming from the production location August 20 as he tried to get his daughter to bed on a school night.

Stedman stated he was cursed at when he approached the house known as King's Krest where they're filming. The deputy who wrote the report indicated no loud noises were coming from the site and cast and crew were getting in vehicles to film at a different location.

The line producer, 30-year-old Clayton Vannortwick of Sherman Oaks California, was issued a ticket for violation of county noise ordinance.

Vannortwick is listed as a former producer for MTV's Jersey Shore and for the Snooki & Jwoww show, according to IMDB.com.

 

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