According to TMZ, the 19-year-old singer will likely be facing criminal charges after allegedly spitting on and threatening his neighbor’s dog, who recently barked incessantly at the singer and chased after him as he drove away. The Calabasas, Calif., poodle is seemingly unhappy with the way Bieber and his friends drive around their gated community.
Reportedly, Bieber took out his Ferrari at 8 A.M. for a 100mph spin through the neighborhood on March 26, which upset the dog. When he went over to Bieber’s property and pooped on his grass while barking, the “As Long As You Love Me” singer responded with, “Get the f–k out of here. I’m gonna f–king kill you,” and then spit in his face. The dog, a champion white poodle, ran off with his fluffy cotton-ball tail between his legs, barking. But not before he got the attention of local police.
Law enforcement sources tell Dogington Post that investigators will refer the case to the L.A. County District Attorney for review after the investigation is completed, and the department will recommend that criminal battery charges be filed against Bieber.
And the incident with his neighbor isn’t the only thing authorities are taking into consideration. They believe it’s relevant that Bieber has “shown a pattern of disregard for the law,” including spitting on police officers, throwing eggs at police cruisers, mooning k9 officers, and screaming obscenities when police drive past his home.
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