Justin Bieber appeared to mock Orlando Bloom after their altercation in Ibiza, by posting an image of the British actor apparently crying.
The Canadian singer is being investigated by police over an allegation of attempted robbery.
Footage of an obstructive and disrespectful Justin Bieber has emerged of the singer being interviewed by a lawyer over an impending lawsuit.
A woman was arrested after she was found sleeping in a bedroom at a home rented by Justin Bieber.
Qianying Zhao, 23, was found at the home, owned by music producer Dallas Austin, yesterday Atlanta police said.
She reportedly told officers that she had come to attend Bieber's birthday party - which was held earlier in the week at another location - and entered the unoccupied home through an unlocked door.
Ms Zhao, who faces a charge of criminal trespass, said she was Bieber's friend, but investigators believe she is just one of millions of fans who follow the pop superstar on Twitter.
Earlier, US police controversially released a video of Bieber providing a urine sample following his arrest for driving under the influence in January.
With police set to release a video of Justin Bieber providing a urine sample following his driving under the influence (DUI) charge in January, we asked ITV viewers whether they thought the move - approved by a Florida judge - infringed the pop star's privacy.
Diane Taylor said: "I think it is a gross invasion for the police to release photographs of him like this - so unfair."
"Who wants to see him or anyone for that matter giving a urine sample?" Alison Wadey added. "Please lets keep some things private."
Janette Coles said: "Don't like this person, but don't agree with the police releasing these images. A gross misuse of their rights."
"Why don't they just leave the poor kid alone and go find someone else to pick on?" asked Teresa Harris.
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Video of Justin Bieber taken during his January arrest shows him wobbling on his feet during a sobriety test.
In this screengrab, the 19-year-old Canadian pop star is being searched by a Miami police officer.
The video shows Bieber, in a black-hooded sweatshirt, wobbling a bit as he walks a white line as part of a sobriety test inside a detention area of Miami Beach police headquarters.
Bieber has pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence, resisting arrest and invalid-license charges following his arrest on 23rd January.
New video has been released of Justin Bieber's arrest at a police station in Florida.
In one clip Justin Bieber appears to be doing what appears to be a sobriety test.
Lawyers for the 19-year-old singer persuaded a judge to withhold four clips depicting Bieber urinating in a cup for a drug test.
Bieber has pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence, resisting arrest and invalid-license charges following his 23 January arrest.
Madame Tussauds New York has reportedly retired its waxwork of pop sensation Justin Bieber, saying it "no longer does justice to the star" after unexpected wear and tear.
The wax figure was removed after persistent attention from fans caused excess damage, despite regular maintenance, said the New York Post.
Bret Pidgeon, general manager at Madame Tussauds, said: "This is disappointing, but hopefully we can welcome a new ‘grown-up’ Justin back to the attraction in the near future."