Justin Bieber wants to build a skate park on his land after deciding to sell his mansion in Calabasas, California. The singer has opted to move following a police raid on the property earlier this month which left him feeling ''violated''.
Justin Bieber plans to build his own skate park on his new land.
The troubled 'Confidence' singer is giving up his mansion in Calabasas, California, following a police raid on the property earlier this month and is now looking to buy an isolated property away from prying eyes and neighbours.
Justin - who was arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) and with an expired license and drag racing in Miami last week - is thought to feel ''trapped and violated'' after police searched his home in connection with an alleged incident with his neighbour, and he has told realtors to find him a ''massive piece of land'', reports TMZ.
The 19-year-old pop star is eyeing real estate in Santa Barbara, which is known for its vast, sprawling properties, and intends to build the skate park so he and his friends can use their skateboards without interference.
Justin has reportedly asked realtors to ensure the property is also spacious enough for him to race around in a four-wheel ATV bike.
The 'Baby' singer's decision to move comes after constant run-ins with neighbours in his gated community over the last year.
Most recently, Justin was being investigated by police for allegedly pelting eggs at his neighbour. The incident resulted in the police raid of his home earlier this month, in which his pal Lil Za was arrested for possession of drugs.
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