Trouble just followed Justin Bieber across the Atlantic.
With his Believe Tour schedule calling for him to be back in Munich on Thursday, the 19-year-old returned to his L.A.-area home from Europe this week only to end up on the receiving end of a battery complaint lodged by a neighbor, who claims the "Boyfriend" singer made threats during an argument.
No other official details were available as to what Bieber is accused of doing, but L.A. Sheriff's Department spokesman Steve Whitmore confirmed to E! News that deputies were called to the pop star's Calabasas home shortly after 9 a.m. and the alleged incident in the vicinity of Bieber's home remains under investigation.
There were no arrests, no charges and no injuries reported, Whitmore added. "Everyone that we will need to talk to, we will talk to," he said.
Bieber's rep has not returned a request for comment.
The only tweets originating from the teen's account today include posts about being excited to go to Germany and Russia and, about an hour ago, "im working with charities like @FeedingAmerica (follow them) to fight #childhunger. get involved! thanks. #giveback."
He was spotted at the airport in Lodz, Poland, going through security with no shirt on last Thursday.
—Reporting by Holly Passalasqua and Baker Machado