Mayor Fred Gaines Comments on Justin Bieber Moving out of Calabasas
The Calabasas Mayor Fred Gaines this week addressed rumblings that Justin may be considering moving out of his gated community amid a litany of charges he faces between Florida and Toronto.
Residents have accused Justin of speeding, spitting, holding loud parties and even egging neighbors.
The LA Times contacted Calabasas Mayor Fred Gaines on Tuesday. He said this:
I have no information about Mr. Bieber’s intentions to remain in Calabasas or to move.
The fact that a talented international musician like Mr. Bieber chooses to live in Calabasas is certainly a feather in our cap and a tribute to our safe and beautiful community.
But the peace and privacy of our residents is the city’s top priority. We have unfortunately had a number of breaches of the peace related to Mr. Bieber and his residence, and the sheriff has acted appropriately in addressing those incidents.
Moving to Hidden Valley
TMZ reports Justin is looking at new homes in an area not far from the Calabasas.
Justin has been looking at homes in an area called Hidden Valley — 20 miles from where he currently lives in Calabasas.
There are only 10 homes and each has around 20 acres. There are lots of horse ranches in the area, but Justin’s not specifically looking for horse property.
Justin wants between 10 and 20 acres, so both areas fit the bill.
Justin was particularly interested in one home on Potrero, but he waited and the house just sold for $9.5 million.
He wants space not only to rid himself of neighbors … he wants room to roam on ATVs. He also wants a skate park.