Police called to Bieber’s home six times this weekend

Police called to Bieber’s home six times this weekend

NEIGHBORHOOD NUISANCE:Police were called to Justin Bieber's home in Beverly Hills, California on six separate occasions over the weekend amid noise complaints and other disturbances. Photo: Associated Press

Police were called to Justin Bieber’s home in Beverly Hills, California on six separate occasions over the weekend amid noise complaints and other disturbances.

Local authorities received four individual calls from disgruntled neighbors concerning loud music and partying on the roof top of the superstar’s new luxury apartment on Saturday night and in the early hours of Sunday morning, but Bieber was not cited for the visits as he promised to keep the noise down each time officers turned up on his doorstep.

Police also had to return to the neighborhood to investigate two other incidents, involving complaints about fans and paparazzi, according to

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Cops are no stranger to Bieber’s pad – they were also called to investigate other noise complaints from angry neighbors last month, when the “Baby” hitmaker hosted a star-studded bash with guests including boxing champ Floyd Mayweather, Jr., rapper Tyga, singer/actor Tyrese and football star Johnny Manziel.

Bieber moved out of his last property in Calabasas, California earlier this year following a string of run-ins with locals, who accused the 20-year-old of being a nuisance by speeding his sports cars around the gated community, throwing wild parties and even pelting a nearby home with eggs. The egging incident recently landed him a conviction for vandalism. He was sentenced to five days of community service and 12 weeks of anger management counselling, and ordered to pay restitution.


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