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Justin Bieber advised to move

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Justin Bieber has been advised to move house by his management team.

The 19-year-old singer - who is being investigated over an alleged egg attack on a neighbor's house - has reportedly turned down suggestions by his advisors, including manager Scooter Braun, to sell his Calabasas mansion to avoid further trouble with local residents following a string of rows in the past.

A source said: "Justin was told he needed to move out of the neighborhood because of ongoing problems with his neighbor.

"Justin was told, put the house up for sale and get out immediately. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out why Justin was told to do so. His neighbors hate him and he will continue to be a target as long as he lives in the gated community.

"But he absolutely refused to put his house up for sale. He loves the house and he doesn't want to give his neighbors the satisfaction of leaving. So for now, Justin is staying put."

And if the 'Never Say Never' hitmaker eventually takes the advice he has been given, it is unlikely his neighbors would be upset.

One resident of the gated community told RadarOnline.com: "We would gladly pay for the movers and throw him an epic going away party! Everyone wants him out of The Oaks - and the sooner the better."

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