09/17/2014 04:57 EDT | Updated 06/16/2017 00:56 EDT

U2 iTunes Album Upsets Selena Gomez Fan So Much, She Contacts The Toronto Police

U2 front man Bono, and a founder of the charity ONE International arrives for a meeting with European Council President Herman Van Rompuy, not seen, at the EU Council in Brussels, Tuesday Oct. 9, 2012. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

Apple's forced addition of U2's new album "Songs of Innocence" to iTunes libraries has angered a lot of iPhone users ... but the move probably doesn't merit police action.

Twitter user @Selenamystic thought otherwise.

The Selena Gomez fan tweeted at the Toronto Police Service last week, asking why the band's album had been added without her permission.

The police took the time to reply, offering a brief explanation.

No, contacting legal authorities is not the solution to this particular problem.

But if @selsmystic is still mad, Apple has created a way to delete the album.

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