19-year-old pop singer, Justin Bieber, angered his famous neighbors in the Calabasas subdivision known as "The Oaks." The teen star was spotted speeding in the gated community, inhabited by multi-millionaires. Two in particular were outraged by his behavior. Former NFL football players, Keyshawn Johnson and Eric Dickerson, went public this week complaining about Bieber's driving, as kids are sometimes crossing the street or playing in front yards.
Johnson was driving his car with his child present, when he observed Bieber traveling at a very high rate of speed along one of the community's roads. Johnson chased him down, leading to Bieber running out of his car and dashing into his home. Johnson called the police, who arrived at the property and questioned Bieber. Police are now investigating the matter.
Keyshawn Johnson and his daughter
This is the second run-in Bieber's had with a neighbor, after being accused of spitting on and threatening the life of a man that lives near to him. Ironically that incident erupted over Bieber speeding in the neighborhood, which is deemed dangerous. Police stated they have investigated the aforementioned matter and forwarded the case for criminal prosecution, due to the fact it involves a threat and is one of many incidents involving the singer and alleged infractions of the law.
Police have expressed their concern, as there are too many open cases against Bieber, which they deem a pattern of behavior that needs to be addressed. Bieber needs to take it as a wake up call, lest he ends up in jail or worse, like James Dean. He and others could wind up seriously injured or deceased in a preventable mishap.