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Let's rewind, shall we? On Monday, Bieber was photographed walking shirtless through Wladyslaw Reymont Airport in Lodz, Poland. He was spotted carrying snacks, with his pants sagging below his underwear line a good four or five inches, as if he were hanging out at home on a lazy Saturday afternoon. Did we mention Poland is still pretty cold in March? Apparently, the weather doesn't bother Bieber, as he walked through security detectors completely topless.
The "Beauty and a Beat" singer's bad decision-making is apparently wearing off on his friends as well. While Bieber has been on his "Believe" tour in Europe, reports have emerged that his friends took to his Calabasas, Calif. home and threw a raging party. Making matters worse, the 19-year-old Canadian pop star was barely in Los Angeles for a day this week -- he took a break between stops on his tour -- when he was accused of assault. As the story goes, Bieber's neighbor, an automobile mogul named Jeff Schwartz, confronted the singer about the loud parties taking place while Bieber was away. He also had an issue with Bieber driving around their gated community at close to 100 mph. Bieber's response? According to TMZ, he spit in Schwartz's face and threatened to kill him.
Though sources close to Bieber have confirmed that the showdown did happen, they say that there was no physical confrontation that would be worthy of an assault charge. Bieber can't deny the partying charge either, as TMZ has pictures that show the house loaded with beer bottles, bottles of liquor and a hookah. The site claims that Lil Twist, the same friend who frequently borrows Bieber's cars, was the one to throw the party.
At least there was a bright spot in the middle of all this bad behavior. Bieber was seen paying a visit to the Los Angeles home of ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez following the neighbor incident. Us Weekly reports that he arrived at 3:30 p.m. and stayed for around an hour. We can only hope he stopped by looking for some advice on how to grow beyond the teen idol image with some tact.