Justin Bieber: 'No Charges' Over Spitting Claim
Justin Bieber will reportedly avoid criminal charges for allegedly spitting at a neighbour who complained about his driving.
A fellow resident of the pop star's gated community in Calabasas, near Los Angeles, told police the 19-year-old threatened him and spat in his direction when he confronted him in March.
However, authorities have decided there is insufficient evidence to charge the singer, according to the Associated Press.
Prosecutor Alan Yochelson wrote in a document that Bieber's response seemed "immature" but not necessarily criminal, it said.
Bieber will also reportedly not be charged over allegations he recklessly drove his Ferrari around the neighbourhood in May because it was not clear whether he was at the wheel.
His representative was not available for comment.
Bieber, who is currently on tour in Asia, was recently pictured apparently being carried up the Great Wall of China by bodyguards.
Earlier this year, the Canadian star's pet monkey Mally was seized by customs officers at Munich airport.
The animal has since settled into its new home at a German wildlife park.