Bieber disrupts neighbourhood peace

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JUSTIN Bieber's life is a whirl of "music, parties and paparazzi".

The 18-year-old musician has rented a home near Kristen Bell and her fiance Dax Shepard in Los Angeles and the pair have slammed him for disrupting their once peaceful lives.

Speaking on 'The View', Dax said: "The music and the parties and the paparazzi, I mean, it's like living in Lebanon now."

However, Kristen tried to smooth things over by acknowledging they couldn't prove Justin was the root of the problem.

She said: "In his defence, I will say we don't know the exact house the music is coming from. We just know since he moved in, the music has been blaring."

Despite their claims, Justin recently revealed he still listens to exactly what his mum and dad tell him even though he knows if he didn't want to do something he no longer has to obey them.

He said: "I am a man now. I've become more mature and a whole lot more grown up. I am an adult now, and that gives me more freedom. I don't have to listen to what my parents tell me anymore.

"But I still obey my parents. But I don't have to. I could shock them, too. If I really wanted to do something that they would not agree with, then I could do that now. Somehow that's reassuring."

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