Beverly Hills homeowners ban Justin Bieber from renting in 90210

He has a reputation for trashing mansions

Oct.October 03, 2017 04:00 PM
Justin Bieber in Beverly Hills (Credit:, Getty Images)

Apparently, it’s too late to say “Sorry” for Justin Bieber.

The singer-songwriter is having trouble renting a home in Beverly Hills — despite offering a hefty $100,000 a month in rent — thanks to his reputation as a mansion-trasher, Page Six reported.

In 2014, Bieber was forced to pay his neighbor $80,000 after chucking eggs from his home in Calabasas. Just a year later, the pop singer trashed a Beverly Hills estate during a Grammys party hosted by Meek Mill.

Now, owners in the 90210 ZIP code made a pact to turn down offers from Bieber and his entourage, even if the rent offered is well beyond market rate.

As a result of the boycott, Bieber has taken a “semi-permanent” residence at an unidentified Beverly Hills hotel, where he’s been spotted by guests at breakfast and has been seen skateboarding around the property. [PS] – Natalie Hoberman

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