Bieber's egg attack?
Justin Bieber has been accused of pelting his neighbour's home with up to 20 eggs.
The 19-year-old singer has a famously tumultuous relationship with those who live in near his Calabasas mansion. They have accused him of driving dangerously fast around the community in the past and police have been called after his parties got out of hand.
The latest allegations against the star concern him apparently pelting another property with food.
"[We] spoke to the neighbour who says he heard something banging against his house in Calabasas around 7.30pm Thursday, and when he stepped on to a 2nd floor balcony... he says he saw Justin down below hurling eggs at his front door," reports TMZ.
The unidentified man claims he immediately shouted at the Canadian heartthrob to ask what he was doing, resulting in Justin aiming the eggs at him.
The singer and his neighbour than exchanged angry words it is claimed and all the while the teenager continued tossing the flimsy food at the house. Eventually he went back to his own property, but decided to call the Sheriff's Department. He was apparently furious that his home had been defaced by as many as 20 eggs, with the website claiming the gent has had issues with Justin in the past.
It has been confirmed that law enforcement officers attended the scene, where they spoke to the man and took an incident report from him. It remains unclear where the police were able to talk to Justin, whose representative hasn't spoken about the incident.
It is also unclear if the neighbour in question is the man Justin was accused of spitting at last year.
Things were thought to be looking up for the young star, who has seemingly reunited with his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez after they were spotted hanging out together.
At the end of last year Justin insisted he wasn't a bad person, but was just navigating the best way to grow up in the spotlight. He also sent his fans into meltdown by claiming he was retiring, although his manager Scooter Braun has insisted he is just taking some time off.
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