In fact, the former NFL star evidently went so far as to actually confront Bieber after seeing the 19-year-old drive by his home while he was outside with his daughter, the Los Angeles Times reports.
After bringing his 3-year-old inside, Johnson proceeded to drive over to Bieber's home, where he came face-to-face with the pop star as he sat in his vehicle to talk to him about his driving, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department spokesman Steve Whitmore.
However, a source tells the L.A. Times that Bieber was not the one driving the white Ferrari as it sped through the gated Calabasas neighborhood and he only got behind the wheel in order to move it into the garage.
On Monday night police visited Bieber's home in response to two calls from witnesses, including one placed by Johnson, complaining about his alleged reckless driving.
When police arrived, Bieber reportedly declined to comment on the advice of his attorney. The LASD is currently preparing a reckless driving report naming Bieber as a suspect and an investigation is expected to be underway soon.
Meanwhile, Bieber enjoyed a drama-free night on Tuesday when he attended the Los Angeles Kings vs. San Jose Sharks hockey game at L.A.'s Staples Center.