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Canadian Pop Star Justin Bieber Is Waking Up The Neighbors



Justin Bieber Is Waking Up The Neighbors

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Canadian music superstar Justin Bieber has once again drawn the ire of his Calabasas, California neighbors by throwing a large, loud party last Friday night. Over 100 people were guests at the noisy bash in the sprawling home, including rap artist Snoopzilla, who was formerly known as Snoop Dogg.

Local police were summoned three times to the Bieber residence, allegedly by the same neighbor with whom 19-year-old Bieber had problems last March. The initial call was made at 1 a.m., followed by two more at 3 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. respectively. The final visit resulted in the singer being cited on a disturbing the peace charge.

This latest event suggests an escalation in hostility between Bieber and his neighbor. In March, the two were involved in a shouting incident that ended when the singer spit in his neighbor's face. The two were arguing about Bieber's reckless driving.

Beiber has made headlines recently by disrespecting the flag of Argentina by pulling it across the stage while letting it touch the floor. He was also filmed sleeping in a hotel bed by fan who claimed to have had sex with him.

Bieber has not publically commented on any of the incidents.

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Justin Bieber's neighbors call cops on pop singer three times for raging party: report

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