Justin Bieber is at the center of yet another driving-related investigation.
Access Hollywood has confirmed that police were called to the singer's house over the weekend due to complaints from neighbors over alleged high speed and reckless driving.
Los Angeles County Sheriff spokesman Steve Whitmore told Access that residents in the singer's Calabasas, Calif., community complained the 19-year-old singer was driving his Ferrari at a "startling high rate of speed" with
TMZ reported that a child was playing nearby at the time.
TMZ also reported that former NFL superstar Keyshawn Johnson, who lives in the same community, chased down the singer and tried to confront him about his alleged speeding. The singer reportedly would not speak to him and stayed inside his home.
A source claimed to Access that Justin's friend, rapper Tyler, the Creator, was driving and Justin was not in the car at the time.
A rep for the singer had no comment when contacted by Access Hollywood on Monday.
In March, the singer reportedly had a spat with a neighbor about alleged high speed driving in the neighborhood.
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, within the last year, Bieber has been cited twice for speeding. In May, he was stopped in Dubai for speeding while driving a white Lamborghini and in July, 2012, he was pulled over for speeding and reckless maneuvering in his chrome Fisker Karma in LA.
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