Cops called to Justin Bieber's neighborhood over new speeding complaints
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Cops turned up at Justin Bieber's gated community on Friday in response to calls reporting alleged reckless driving through the streets.
Police arrived at The Oaks compound in Calabasas, Calif., to speak to residents who complained about the singer's associates allegedly speeding around the area, reports E! News.
According to E!, an emergency meeting of the community's homeowner association has now been set for Monday to address neighbors' concerns about Bieber's behavior within the exclusive estate in recent weeks.
One unidentified local says, "It has been escalating for the past six months, he has begun to flip over to a really dark side. It's aggressive, reckless behavior. They have sent him warnings. He's out of control. Everyone has a Bieber white Ferrari story... God forbid someone gets hurt by that car. He just feels like he is above the law."
The 19-year-old superstar was previously investigated by authorities for racing his Ferrari around The Oaks, but he was reportedly cleared after it emerged it was actually his rapper pal Tyler, The Creator behind the wheel. Residents are also said to be angry about late-night parties at the pop star's property, as well as guests parking on the road overnight.
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