The people who lived in the house Justin Bieber egged last year have officially filed a lawsuit against the pop star. According to CNN, the lawsuit claims both Bieber and his bodyguards repeatedly harassed the former neighbors, vandalized their house and threatened them with anti-Semitic remarks:
In the lawsuit Jeffrey and Suzanne Schwartz say Bieber hosted frequent loud parties and spat in Jeffrey Schwartz’ face after he complained about the pop star driving his Ferrari at dangerous speeds down the street of their gated community in Calabasas, California.
The suit, filed Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court, also alleges Bieber’s bodyguards dismissed Jeffrey Schwartz’s complaints by taunting him repeatedly with “what are you going to do about it, Jew boy?”
The suit comes after Bieber pleaded guilty to the vandalism charge and agreed to pay $80,900 in restitution for the damages to the property. The singer was also placed on a two year probationary period.
Thursday’s lawsuit alleges a nine-month pattern of “offensive” behavior by Bieber and members of his entourage from March 2013 to January 2014. The Schwartzes, who lived next door to Bieber, claim the harassment escalated after a March 27, 2013 episode in which Bieber spat in Jeffrey Schwartz’ face and threatened to “f—ing kill” him.
The Schwartzes say after the infamous egging incident made headlines, their families were constantly harassed by the media, the singer’s entourage and his fans.