"He attacked me and my 13-year-old daughter and my home last night. Unprovoked and blatant ... yah, he doesn't stop. He is a out of control punk," one neighbor, who did not want to be identified, told Eyewitness News.
Sheriff's deputies were called to a home in Bieber's upscale neighborhood at approximately 7:40 p.m. Thursday to investigate the egging incident.
This isn't the first time Bieber has had problems with his neighbors. Law enforcement officials say, yet again, the pop star isn't talking to them.
"We have to investigate each, individual incident, but yes, Justin Bieber has been involved in incidents that has caused the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff's Station to focus their resources on that," said Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Spokesman Steve Whitmore.
"Mr. Bieber doesn't tend to ever want to talk to us. When we knock on the door, he doesn't answer. Once again, which I have done numerous times, I encourage Mr. Bieber, whether it be with an attorney or not, to come and talk to us," Whitmore added.
In addition to the egging incident, Bieber's neighbors have complained that the 19-year-old speeds through the neighborhood in excess of 100 mph. In March, a neighbor also accused the singer of spitting in his face and threatening his life.
Bieber faces a misdemeanor vandalism charge in the egging case, but that charge could go up to a felony depending on how much damage was done.