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Justin Bieber's neighbors aren't happy

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Justin Bieber's new neighbors are planning to stage a protest.

The 'Baby' hitmaker recently moved into a new rental property in the upmarket area Buckhead in Atlanta, Georgia while he looks for a home to buy there, but residents are reportedly furious he is living in their exclusive neighborhood.

A source told gossip website TMZ.com that the 19-year-old star's neighbors have scheduled a protest on Monday morning (02.24.14), as they are worried he will cause chaos.

The Buckhead Neighborhood Coalition is asking protesters to show up at 9am and more than 200 people have already indicated they will attend.

Organizers have also launched a petition in a bid to get Justin to leave the area, that reads: "We have worked hard to achieve our goals and get where we are. Justin Bieber's relocation to Atlanta can be nothing but bad for our children.

"Some can't even let their child play in the driveway without fear; he has raced vehicles under the influence before. What's to say he won't do it again?

"Please don't allow a child to ruin what we have worked so hard to obtain."

Law enforcement in the area has been sending patrol cars out to monitor Justin's property several times a day to make sure nobody gets too close for the singer's comfort.

The department is fully aware of the 'Heartbreaker' hitmaker's issues with his last neighbor's in Calabasas, California, which came to a head with an incident where one of his neighbor's houses was egged, causing up to $20,000 of damage, and previously said police officers won't tolerate any bad behavior.

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