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Authorities: Neighbor claims battery by Bieber




Canadian singer Justin Beiber. AP FILE PHOTO

CALABASAS, California— Deputies were investigating claims made Tuesday by a neighbor that Justin Bieber attacked and threatened him during an argument in suburban Los Angeles, authorities said.

No one was arrested and few details were immediately available.

A representative of Bieber did not immediately return a request for comment.

Online schedules indicate the “Baby” singer is in the midst of a European tour and performed a show in Poland on Monday night.

Authorities were called to the Calabasas scene just after 9 a.m., said Steve Whitmore, spokesman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

“There have been allegations made against Mr. Bieber of battery and making threats,” Whitmore said.

It’s unclear who called authorities, and whether there might have been previous problems between the 19-year-old singer and neighbors, Whitmore said.

The investigation was first reported by TMZ.com.


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  • http://www.facebook.com/noelsantos37 pathfinder093

    another proof of kabastusan ni Beiber..ingrato!

  • Keith_P

    First he got in trouble with the paparazzi. Then with his own fans. Now with his neighbors. Justin Bieber’s colossal downfall is right on schedule.

  • Yobhtron

    This mediocre singer is imitating the hairdo of Vanilla Ice. I’d rather listen to Ice Ice Baby than any song of this wannabe. “Vanilla ice ice baby….”

    • JanofVA

      True…loved Vanilla Ice..ha..ha..

  • KarlosRegaza

    i think bieber is heart broken..

    nobody can appease a heart broken gay.

  • JanofVA

    Spoiled little brat….go away, please…



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