The Canadian pop star was voted the worst star to live next door to in 2014, in an Ipsos poll conducted for real estate site Zillow.
Not only did the infamous 20-year-old top the list, but he received the highest percentage of votes in the survey's eight-year history, earning 34 per cent.
"From his frequent run-ins with the law to his over-the-top house parties, Justin Bieber has earned himself quite a bad-boy reputation that only continued to build in 2014," said Amy Bohutinsky, Zillow's chief marketing officer in a statement.
"No one wants to live on the same street as someone accused of reckless driving or egging neighbouring homes."
The London, Ont.-born singer also beat out last year's winners, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, who slid to second place with 22 per cent of the vote.
Singer, and notorious party girl, Miley Cyrus, came in third.
2014's worst celebrity neighbours:- Justin Bieber, 34%
- Kim Kardashian and Kanye West , 22%
- Miley Cyrus, 10%
- Donald Trump, 5%
- Alec Baldwin, 3%
- Taylor Swift, 3%
- Gwyneth Paltrow, 2%
Jimmy Fallon 'most desirable'
When it comes to the star Americans would most want to live beside, Jimmy Fallon earned that honour. For the second year in a row, the comedian and late-night television host was selected the most desirable celebrity neighbour, earning 10 per cent of the vote.
"[Fallon] had an incredibly successful first year on The Tonight Show, is well-liked by Americans and carries a positive, relatable vibe," explained Bohutinsky.
"Plus who wouldn't want to live next to someone who makes you laugh?"
Country music glamour couple, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton, came in a close second with nine per cent, while 36 per cent of adults surveyed said they wouldn't want to live next to any of the listed stars.
2014's most desirable celebrity neighbours:- Jimmy Fallon, 10%
- Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton, 9%
- Taylor Swift, 7%
- Matthew McConaughey, 7%
- Neil Patrick Harris, 6%
- George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin, 4%
- Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, 4%
The survey of 1,005 randomly selected adults was conducted between Dec. 4-8, 2014, via an Ipsos U.S. online omnibus.