Justin Bieber


Poor Justin Bieber can't catch a break!

Early Wednesday morning, the 18-year-old pop star's L.A. home was the victim of a prank emergency phone call. The Los Angeles Sheriff's Department tells E! News a report of an emergency call came in at 1:40 a.m.; sheriff's deputies responded and made contact with security personnel at the residence. At this point, authorities determined the information reported was false.

Per the Los Angeles Times, an emergency message came into the police via a TTY device (typically used by the deaf to type text to telephone). A similar "swatting" incident happened to Ashton Kutcher's house last week when a prankster said shots were being fired.

But the Biebs had another incident on Tuesday that was not just a false alarm. "yesterday during the show me and my tour manager josh had some stuff stolen. really sucks. people should respect other's property," he tweeted Wednesday.

Sources at the Tacoma Dome tell E! News that venue personnel were notified by Bieber's security team that a laptop had gone missing from the tour manager's office and they requested to review security footage from the Dome's surveillance cameras. After checking out the video, insiders tell us they were unable to determine what happened to the missing computer.

Afterward, sources add, Tacoma Dome personnel advised Bieber's camp to contact the Tacoma Police Department to file a report. (Police told E! they have no report on file at this time.)

"i had a lot of personal footage on that computer and camera and that is what bothers me the most. #lame #norespect," Bieber also tweeted. "sucks when u take personal footage and people dont respect your privacy."

That's even worse than puking onstage.

—Reporting by Holly Passalaqua

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