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Tuesday 13 October 2015

Gomez 'blocking Bieber from her life'

Published 15/11/2012

Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber
Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber

Selena Gomez has reportedly blocked ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber from contacting her in the wake of their break-up.

Reports suggested on Thursday Justin was desperate to win Selena back after their split earlier this month and had inundated her with calls and texts.

According to TMZ, the pair sat down to try and work things out on Sunday but resolved to end it for good.

A source tells the website the former Disney star has now programmed her phone and communication devices to prevent her ex from reaching her.

Selena was still following Justin on Twitter at press time, but insiders say she now wants nothing to do with the pop star.

It's thought 20-year-old Selena was the one to end the couple's two-year romance.

Justin's flirtatious behaviour at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show reportedly pushed the relationship to a breaking point.

The teenage heartthrob performed at the catwalk extravaganza earlier this month and was later spotted posing with a host of gorgeous models.

The stars' busy schedules were also to blame, according to RadarOnline.

"He's been continually choosing work over Selena and she's finally had enough," a source told the website.

Neither star has confirmed the reports.

Justin was dealt a further blow on Wednesday as a judge threw out a case involving a paparazzo accused of pursuing the star in a high-speed car chase.

Paul Raef was charged in July with breaking a California law meant to crack down on dangerous driving by celebrity photographers. The defendant still faces counts of reckless driving.

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