Justin Bieber's neighbors apparently are mad as hell and not going to take it anymore when it comes to his driving around their community.
TMZ reports homeowners of the Calabasas neighborhood Bieber resides in are wanting their homeowners association to deal with Bieber's speeding around their area. And if they don't the residents are threatening to not pay their monthly dues until something is done. The 500 residents pay $1,000 each month so a half a million dollars each month might be a cause for action.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is investigating Bieber for reckless driving after two calls from members of the community. The sheriff's department interviewed several witnesses, including ESPN NFL analyst and former player Keyshawn Johnson.
As reported last week, Johnson confronted Bieber about his speeding but the story took a strange twist on Saturday when the news outlet reported Tyler, the Creator was behind the wheel of Bieber's car and not Bieber when the speeding took place. However Johnson and others say it was, in fact, Bieber doing the driving.
Another former NFL player has also taken to Twitter to voice his displeasure with Bieber's driving. Running back Eric Dickerson tweeted a handful of times last week about the pop star, ending with: "Just to be clear, I think @justinbieber is a talented young man. But as a parent of young kids the reckless driving concerns me."
Dickerson initially tweeted Bieber needed to "slow his ass down" and later included a photo of a white Ferrari he owned before saying the difference was "I knew the speed limit in neighborhoods where kids played."
Bieber has so far blown off the incident, not mentioning it on his twitter feed and dismissing it (and other, ahem, recent claims about him) on Tyler, The Creator's twitter, where his rapper buddy claimed culpability.
@fucktyler all good buddy. i deal with this everyday. thanks though. the baby aint mine either.— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) June 3, 2013
Bieber's tour kicks off its North American leg June 22 in San Diego.
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