Justin is tired of all the ‘drama’ he’s been dealing with from his neighbors over his alleged act of vandalism. Now he’s is planning to take his revenge on the neighbor who accused him of the egg attack and prompted a police raid on the Biebs’ home, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Justin Bieber, 19, is fuming over the fact that he could be charged with felony vandalism after he allegedly egged his neighbor’s home on Jan. 9, causing a reported $20,000 in damages. Even though Justin’s neighbor is hell-bent on getting him out of the neighborhood — or possibly even the country — the Biebs is determined to stay put. And that’s not all — he’s “planning more parties just to annoy” his neighbors, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Justin Bieber’s Revenge On Neighbor Who Accused Him Of Egg Attack
Justin’s strained relationship with his neighbors has gotten so bad that he’s even contemplated moving out of his Calabasas, Calif. home. But ultimately, he decided that he didn’t want to give them the satisfaction.
“He’s still living at home for now but yeah, there’s been talk of moving. He doesn’t want to keep dealing with this drama from his neighbors,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “But he doesn’t want them to think they won either, so he’s not going anywhere right away and he’s planning more parties just to annoy them.”
While more wild parties would no doubt drive Justin’s neighbors crazy, we’re not sure it’s the best idea. Especially since the egging victim is now trying to have the Biebs sent back to his native Canada!
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Justin’s neighbor reportedly wants him out of the country, RadarOnline reports. He’s pushing for a felony conviction for the $20,000 worth of damages done to his house, and if convicted, Justin will definitely be in serious trouble.
If found guilty, the Biebs could go to jail for up to three years, according to criminal defense attorney James E. Silverstein.
Yikes! What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Should Justin take revenge on his neighbor or would he just be asking for more trouble? Let us know!
— Tierney McAfee