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Like all kids who grow up, Justin Bieber has made some mistakes along the way.
Unlike all kids, the world watched as Bieber blundered in front of millions of social media followers in endlessly shared videos and in oft-re-quoted interviews.
Below, some of the most memorable remarks that left fans waiting for the Biebs to say “Sorry.”
The vandalism civil suit
In 2014, Bieber’s Calabasas, California, neighbor Jeffrey Schwartz called the police after the “Love Yourself” singer allegedly pelted his house with eggs. Schwartz would go on to claim that the pop star had previously spit in his face when »
The Calabasas man whose home Justin Bieber egged in 2014 now wants a hefty damages payment for his 2015 claim that the singer is a “bully” who has repeatedly threatened and harassed him.
According to new court documents filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday and obtained by People, Bieber’s neighbor Jeffrey Schwartz is slamming the star’s legal team for trying to cap damages from his civil suit against the singer at $25,000. The damages would cover the Schwartz family’s “pain and suffering, emotional distress and property damage,” according to the documents.
In the filing, Schwartz’s attorney »
- Lindsay Kimble
Justin Bieber has got to be kidding ... trying to dodge responsibility for allegedly terrorizing a neighbor by trying to turn it into a penny-ante lawsuit ... so claims the "terrorized" neighbor. It's pretty incredible. Jeffrey Schwartz has already collected $90,000 from Bieber for the now-famous egging of his Calabasas home. Schwartz now wants more ... for all the emotional distress he claims he suffered from the egging, alleged spitting and fight challenges at the hands and mouth of the Biebs. »
- TMZ Staff
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