Justin Bieber Being Investigate By Police and Chased By NFL Star

Justin Bieber is reportedly under investigation by the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department after neighbors complained that the pop star was recklessly speeding in his Ferrari on the streets of his gated community.

One of the neighbors that had an issue with Bieber's driving was former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson who chased down Bieber's Ferrari after he spotted it speeding by as the NFL star was leaving a party in the Calabasas, California gated community, according to MTV.

They report that Johnson reportedly chased the car until it arrived at Bieber's home and Johnson maneuvered his car to block the Ferrari in the driveway. At this point Bieber got out of his car and ran into his house and refused to come out and speak with the NFL star.

Johnson wasn't the only angry neighbor, a LA Country Sherriff Department spokesperson Steve Whitmore told TMZ that they responded to two separate calls in different locations in the Calabasas community.

They report that Whitmore told them that the callers reported Bieber was driving at a "startling high rate of speed." At least one child was playing in the area where Bieber was allegedly driving. TMZ also report that they were told that Bieber refused to speak with the police when they arrived.

There are conflicting reports as to who was driving. TMZ say it was Bieber while other outlets are reporting that is was Tyler, the Creator. In fact, law enforcement told TMZ that multiple witnesses "clearly saw" Bieber driving the car. Read their report here.

Once news of the incident was reported in the media, former NFL star Eric Dickerson tweeted, "I live in Calabasas too and @justinbieber needs to slow his a** down."

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