Justin Bieber's Vehicular Terror in Neighborhood

By: TMZ Email
By: TMZ Email
Justin Bieber is a menace on wheels, driving at speeds approaching 100 mph in his quiet neighborhood and endangering children and dogs ... this according to multiple residents.

Check out this pic of Justin blowing a red light in Calabasas just hours after the altercation.

(TMZ) - Justin Bieber is a menace on wheels, driving at speeds approaching 100 mph in his quiet neighborhood and endangering children and dogs ... this according to multiple residents.

TMZ broke the story ... one of Justin's neighbors filed a battery report Tuesday after a heated altercation on the singer's property in his uber-exclusive gated community in Calabasas.

Justin's security people say the neighbor went nuclear over parties that were thrown at the Bieb's house while he was performing in Europe. But we're hearing a VERY different story from neighbors.

We've learned the man who confronted Justin told Sheriff's deputies ... the singer was driving "unbelievably recklessly" through the neighborhood in his Ferrari. The man -- whose hobby is racing cars -- estimated Justin's speed at 100 mph. He told cops he was really upset because at the time Justin was burning rubber (just before 9 AM) his wife was walking the dog.

The man also says a lot of kids were on the street because of Spring break, and Justin put the entire neighborhood at risk. Multiple neighbors back his story.

We're told the man was NOT upset by the partying at Justin's house. He said it was "no big deal." But he admits he was "smoking hot" when he went to Justin's home to tell him what an inconsiderate jerk he was by driving at breakneck speed in the hood.

The man -- who is 5'7" and 135 lbs -- claims Justin made some sort of contact with him and thus the battery allegation.


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