Justin Bieber sued by neighbour over alleged anti-semitic remarks

Singer's bodyguard is reported to have abused Jeff Schwartz

Justin Bieber is being sued by the neighbour whose house he threw eggs at, with the man claiming that Bieber’s security guard abused him about his religion in a separate incident.

Jeff Schwartz claims that prior to Bieber egging his house in January 2014, his bodyguard shouted anti-semitic abuse at him.

TMZ has acquired court documents which include claims from Schwartz dating back to May 2013 that he and a friend approached Bieber to ask him to stop driving too quickly around the local neighbourhood in Calabasas, California. Schwartz then says Bieber’s bodyguard called him “little Jew boy” and asking “What are you going to do about it, Jew boy?”

Additionally, Schwartz is claiming emotional distress brought on by Bieber’s parties and alleges Bieber spat on him. The singer reportedly denies the spitting.

Bieber recently apologised for his wild antics after a host of stars lined up to mock him during an appearance on US show Comedy Central Roast. Rappers Snoop Dogg and Ludacris were among those to take jovial digs.

“He may have turned 21, but Justin will always be a baby to me, since babies [urinate] everywhere and never know when to shut up,” joked Ludacris.

The show is due to air in the US on March 30.