You can take Justin Bieber out of Calabasas, but Calabasas isn’t necessarily done with the singer!
The owner of the home that Justin pleaded no contest to egging last year has sued the singer for assault and battery and other civil offenses.
These are related to the overall treatment they feel that they suffered within their private gated community because of Justin in the months leading up to the egging.
Jeffrey and Suzanne Schwartz allege in the lawsuit, filed today in Los Angeles Superiort Court.
The suit states that Schwartz “calmly” went over to Justin’s house and “politely” requested that he not speed for the safety of the kids who routinely played in the neighborhood.
Schwartz alleges that Justin then motioned to his “two large bodyguards,” who approached and asked Schwartz to leave.
A third bodyguard who identified himself as Justin’s head of security later went over to Schwartz’s home to apologize for the spitting, the suit contends.
A couple months later, in May 2013, the suit further alleges that some of his entourage yelled obscenities and threats at Suzanne Schwartz and the couple’s minor daughter.
Their lawsuit alleges assault and battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent infliction of emotional distress and trespass.
The couple are seeking unspecified damages.
A lawyer for Justin has not yet returned a request for comment.
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