Justin Bieber accused of battery after "threatening" behaviour against neighbour
The Canadian singer flew back to the US from a gig in Poland on Tuesday and headed to his Calabasas home, where he allegedly became involved in an early-morning argument with his neighbour.
The row is said to have kicked off over claims Justin's home had become a party house while he'd been away on his Believe world tour.
TMZ reports that the altercation quickly escalated, before Justin's security guards escorted the neighbour off the singer's property.
As a result, LA police officers are now investigating after the neighbour filed a police battery report claiming Justin had threatened him and made physical contact.
But a member of Justin's security told 3am Online: "The neighbour came onto Justin's property to complain to him, supposedly about parties while Justin was away and possibly other issues.
"They exchanged words and Justin went inside. Security spoke with the neighbour. The police were called but there was no physical altercation."
LA County Sherriff's Department spokesman Steve Whitmore said there has been no arrest and the situation remains "under investigation".
But this is just the latest in a long list of bizarre reports surrounding 19-year-old Justin so far this year.
Before the altercation, the teen star was last seen strolling though Wladyslaw Reymont Airport in Lodz, Poland, without a top on.
Justin's security guards didn't look too impressed with his decision to go half-naked and attempted to shield him from waiting paps.
It's not the first time Justin's walked around topless in freezing conditions, plus during his time in the UK he also took to wearing a gas mask.
Justin's London stint of his tour was nothing short of disastrous - he lashed out and lost his temper with a photographer, was booed by fans at his gig when he arrived on stage two hours late and threw a hissy fit when he was reportedly turned away from a club when celebrating his birthday.
Despite all this, Justin's manager Scooter Braun
has insisted: "There's nothing wrong with him. He's in a great place. Justin is good, really good."