Justin Bieber's father reportedly trashed his former home in Ontario.
Justin Bieber reportedly could be on the hook to pay more than $12,000 to his father’s former landlord.
The pop star was paying his father, Jeremy Bieber’s, rent at a home in Kitchener, Ontario from October 2011 to September 2012, according to TMZ.
The outlet now reports a judge has ordered Jeremy to fork up $12,852.93 after allegedly trashing the residence.
The landlord claims Jeremy left pet urine and feces stains throughout the home, which also had a broken toilet at the time of his departure.
Court documents obtained by the outlet show Jeremy has been ordered to pay up, although the landlord attached a wire receipt showing Justin had been covering the $1,650 monthly rent.
Justin’s lawyer had not commented on the claims at press time
The report follows just days after the singer reportedly shelled out $80,000 to his own former next door neighbour after egging the home earlier this year.
In July the star’s attorneys entered a no contest plea to charges of misdemeanour vandalism following a police investigation stemming from the egg attack.
Justin was reportedly also ordered to complete 12 anger management classes and five days of community service as part of a plea deal.
“Justin is glad to get this matter resolved and behind him," his representative confirmed in a written statement to CNN after the July court date. “He will continue to move forward focusing on his career and his music.”
Justin will remain on probation until 2016; however his legal woes are not over.
In August, photographer Aja Oxman sued the singer and one of his bodyguards for assault and infliction of emotional distress tied to an altercation in Hawaii last year.
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Saturday, 15. November 2014