Would you arrest Justin Bieber? Undoubtedly, the answer many would give is yes, for crimes against music, but it turns out he might be facing the long arm of the law for different reasons.
After being called out six times to break up a rowdy party at his new digs in Beverely Hills, the police are said to be watching Bieber, and have spoken to tenants in his building about placing Bieber under citizen's arrest if they catch any illegal activity.
It's hard to imagine that Bieber would take a neighbour placing him under arrest seriously
Bieber's wild rooftops parties have apparently become a weekly event and are disturbing his neighbours, who are understandably disgruntled at the commotion in their luxury complex.
“We responded six times this past weekend, as late as 3 a.m. Four were for the party, and two were calls for screaming fans outside,” Sgt. Max Subin with the Beverly Hills Police told The NY Daily News. “We feel Mr. Bieber needs to be respectful toward the neighbors. There’s no reason he should be having parties of that nature that get to that level. He’s living in a condominium. We feel he should be more respectful."
Trouble seems to follow Bieber wherever he sets up home, as he was charged with misdemeanour vandalism after throwing eggs at his neighbour's house in Calabasas, California. Shortly after this he moved to his new penthouse apartment in Beverly Hills, but apparently the hitmaker is still causing trouble.
Sources close to the star have repeatedly denied that Bieber is partying too hard, but his neighbours certainly disagree and the Canadian singer might want to tone down his antics unless he plans on moving house yet again.