Ljungman had spoken out and opposed Malmö County Council's decision to use the former youth hostel as a refuge for boys from Afghanistan and Somalia. The first of 30 refugees arrived through the back door on Thursday evening.
The media were in attendance outside the home on Saturday following internet reports of a demonstration taking place that day. However no demonstration took place.
Also on Saturday, Moderate members of the party in the region of Skåne where Ljungman is chairman, moved to distance themselves from the stance taken in Vellinge. Vice-party chair Pia Kinhult said that she and her colleagues dissassociated themselves from the statements and policy carried out by the Vellinge Moderates.