An ‘egging’, a ‘f**** you’ and no apology

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justin bieber performance REUTERS Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber performs during his concert for his 'Believe tour at the Rommel Fernandez stadium in Panama City on October 24, 2013. Photo: Carlos Jasso

London - Justin Bieber has allegedly cost his neighbour $20,000 in damages.

The 'As Long As You Love Me' hitmaker was accused of throwing at least 20 eggs at a house in his gated community in Calabasas, California, last Thursday (09.01.14) and it has now emerged that his bizarre escapade could have set his fellow resident back a small fortune.

According to TMZ, Justin's neighbour is expected to hear back about damage estimates today (13.01.14) but since the entire front of the property needs to be replastered, the cost is expected to be far higher than the original $400 anticipated.

Due to the costly nature of the Venetian plaster, the job will reportedly set the owner back by a whopping $15,000, with an extra $5,000 needed to re-stain the doors.

To add insult to injury, Justin has apparently not contacted his neighbour to apologise since the incident.

The 19-year-old singer - who is thought to have rekindled his romance with his long-term girlfriend Selena Gomez - could be hit with vandalism charges and might even be accused of felony due to the high cost of damages.

Video footage of has been released in which the neighbour can be heard shouting, "I see you. I f**king see you!" before a boy, who is allegedly Justin, responds, "F**k you! I got another one for you, actually!" - Bang Showbiz

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