Justin Bieber sued for spitting
The ‘Sorry’ hitmaker is still being sued for allegedly spitting at the neighbour whose house he egged.
FLORIDA - Justin Bieber is still being sued for allegedly spitting at the neighbour whose house he egged, and Jeffrey Schwartz is keen to quiz the star's bodyguard over the incident.
The Sorry hitmaker previously pleaded no contest to vandalism charges after throwing eggs at Schwarz's home in 2014, and the auto mogul is pressing ahead with his bid for compensation for what happened during another alleged row.
According to documents obtained by TMZ, Jeffrey claims that the 22-year-old singer assaulted him and caused emotional distress after spitting at him during an argument.
The man now wants to grill Justin's bodyguard Michael Arana about the rows and also the singer's character and though the minder now lives in Florida, Jeffrey is willing to have his lawyers make the trip to obtain his testimony.
In July, the What Do You Mean? singer demanded Jeffrey and his wife Suzanne underwent a mental evaluation to prove they're still battling psychological issues as a result of the infamous egging debacle two years on from the incident.
Jeffrey and Suzanne, who claimed in their previous lawsuit Justin had subjected them to the consequences of loud parties and drug use, have claimed they're still battling with headaches and insomnia following the infamous incident, despite the pop star moving out of the exclusive gated Calabasas community in California last year.
After pleading no contest to misdemeanour vandalism, Justin was placed on probation, which has now ended, told to carry out five days of community service at a homeless shelter and fork out an estimated $80,000 in damages to his neighbours.
He was also ordered to undergo anger management counselling.