Two members of the Kennedy clan were arrested for refusing to tone down a raucous party early Sunday.
Police in Barnstable, Mass., collared Matthew “Max” Kennedy, 52 — the ninth son of assassinated former New York senator Robert F. Kennedy — and his daughter Caroline, 22, at a home near the family’s famed Hyannis Port compound at 1 a.m.
Cops showed up after several noise complaints about the rager, where party-goers were also lighting off fireworks. Officers asked them to keep it down, but they refused, so police cuffed them, according to CapeCod.com.
The Kennedys broke a local noise law, which is punishable by a $100 fine and arrest, according to Barnstable Police Lt. John Murphy.
“It’s a loud party statute, that’s what it’s used for,” he told the Boston Herald.