Justin Bieber.
Justin Bieber.

Justin Bieber seeking new home

JUSTIN Bieber is moving out of his Beverly Hills condo after upsetting his neighbours.

The 20-year-old singer has upset other residents in the building he currently lives in with his out of control parties and after police were recently called six times in a single weekend, he has decided to move before the end of September.

TMZ reports he is trying to decide between two new locations, one condo in the lavish apartment building Candy Spelling lives in in Century City and a house in Los Angeles.

Police recently advised Justin's neighbours to place him under citizen's arrest if he disturbs them again.

After law enforcement officials were called out to the 'Baby' singer's Beverly Hills home six times - four times for excessive noise in the middle of the night - police spoke to his fellow residents about the situation and advised neighbours that they can't make an arrest for misdemeanour offences if they don't see them happen.

Meanwhile, residents in the building told the website the singer's partying - which saw him joined by 75 guests one day and 20 the following evening - left communal areas including hallways and elevators "reeking" of marijuana, while his friends were said to be obvious about their drug use.

One source said: "There were bimbos lining up to do drugs in the lobby bathroom."

Despite the multiple call-outs, Justin was not cited as he agreed to turn the music down.


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