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Keyshawn Johnson Reportedly Called Cops About Justin Bieber's Reckless Driving

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Justin Bieber at the Billboard Music Awards (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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Justin Bieber is under investigation after reports that he was driving recklessly in the gated community where he lives. One of the folks who reportedly blew the whistle on Bieber: retired NFL star Keyshawn Johnson.

The sheriff's department received complaints that Bieber was speeding about 8 p.m. Monday within The Oaks gated community in Calabasas, sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore told City News Service. "Two witnesses called us and claimed he was driving a white Ferrari at high speed,'' Whitmore told CNS. "We took a report.''

Johnson, who's now an ESPN commentator, was supposedly one of them. He was apparently so angered by Bieber's driving because he had a child in his Prius. Johnson then allegedly dropped off the child and started chasing Bieber. Sources told TMZ that Johnson followed Bieber to his home, where he tried to confront the singer, who ran inside and refused to come out. TMZ reports that a child was also playing outside and presumably in danger from Bieber's fast and furious Ferrari.

Bieber, apparently acting on the advice of his attorney, declined to talk with deputies, Whtimore said. Investigators next step is to prepare a report and possibly charge Bieber's with misdemeanor reckless driving.

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This is not the first reckless driving charge for the singer. A previous incident in which he allegedly spit on a neighbor who accused him of reckless driving is still under review by prosecutors, TMZ says.