Justin Bieber News: Singer May Face Legal Action After Phone Prank
on Mar 28, 2012 09:49 AM EDT
Justin Bieber's recent Twitter phone prank has prompted two upset Texas residents to seek possible legal action after thousands of fans called their homes wanting to speak with the heartthrob.
Earlier in March, Bieber teased fans with a tweet showing 9 of 10 digits of a phone number and asked his 19 million fans to "call me right now." That tweet has been deleted.
A lawyer hired by the Texas man and woman told TMZ the their phones have been ringing at all hours of the day since the tweet. The attorney states that her clients received more than 1,000 phone calls from Bieber fans.
The pair is reportedly seeking compensation from Bieber in the form of concert tickets, an apology, and an endorsement by Bieber for a project by one of his clients.
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