No matter where Justin Bieber goes, trouble often seems to find him.
The beleaguered Canadian pop star is currently being investigated for attempted robbery by the Los Angeles Police Department after a woman claimed Bieber took her cellphone at a miniature golf course Monday.
"Robbery special section is investigating an incident that occurred on Monday May 12th in the 4900 block of North Sepulveda Blvd," the LAPD said in a press release obtained by E! News. "The incident occurred between an individual and Justin Bieber near the batting cages at approximately 10:30pm. The case is under investigation."
Neither Bieber nor his team has commented on the alleged robbery, and no arrests have been made.
It's just the "Beauty and a Beat" singer's latest run-in with law enforcement.
On April 24, he was detained for nearly four hours by U.S. Customs after flying into Los Angeles International Airport. No information was forthcoming about what Customs wanted to talk to the singer about.
In February, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department detectives raided Bieber's home as part of a felony vandalism investigation after he was accused of egging a neighbor's house. Authorities said the incident caused $20,000 in damage. The singer has denied any wrongdoing through his lawyer.
In January, the singer was arrested in Miami and later charged with misdemeanor driving under the influence, resisting arrest and driving without a license. He pleaded not guilty. The trial has been delayed until July.
He's also had some trouble back home in Canada.
In January, Bieber was charged with assault in connection with an alleged attack on a limo driver that involved his entourage after Bieber attended a Toronto Maple Leafs game on Dec. 29.
—Additional reporting by Lindsay Good