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Bad boy Bieber: Pop star accused of egging neighbor

Bad boy Bieber: Pop star accused of egging neighbor

I'LL TAKE MY EGGS SCRAMBLED: Justin Bieber, shown here at the December premiere of his latest movie, allegedly takes his eggs hurled at his neighbor's doors. Photo: Associated Press

Justin Bieber has been accused of pelting a neighbor’s house with eggs in his gated community in Calabasas, Calif.

The “Baby” hitmaker’s neighbor, who has reportedly clashed with the pop star in the past, called the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s department after allegedly discovering Bieber hurling eggs at his front door.

According to editors at TMZ.com the neighbor heard a banging outside his house on Thursday night and stepped onto his balcony to find the singer attacking his property.

The unnamed resident also alleges Bieber began taking aim at him instead after he shouted, “What the hell are you doing?”

Law enforcement sources have confirmed to the website that they responded to a call from a neighbor and took an incident report.

Bieber has had several run-ins with his neighbors in the past due to alleged loud parties and reckless driving on the roads around his home.

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