Justin Bieber is expected to pay for his father's property damages

2014-11-17 15:39

Los Angeles - Justin Bieber's father has reportedly been ordered to pay almost $13 000 for damaging a house.

Jeremy Bieber, 39, was sued by his former landlord in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, who claimed he left pet urine and feces stains all over the property when he moved out in September 2012.

A judge sided with the landlord and ordered the Beauty and a Beat hitmaker's father to pay $12 852.93 (more than 142k) for the extensive damages, which also included a toilet that broke after someone flushed a hairbrush down it.

The 20-year-old star is expected to cover the bill, as he paid $1650 every month for Jeremy's rent, according legal documents obtained by gossip website TMZ.com.

A source previously claimed Jeremy was a "bad influence" on the singer, who was criticised for a string of bad behaviour earlier this year and was recently ordered to do community service at charitable foundation, MusiCares, as part of a plea deal he struck after being charged with damaging his former neighbour's house in Calabasas, California.

The Boyfriend hitmaker was also ordered to pay $80 000 in damages after he pelted the house with eggs causing around $20 000 worth of damage to the property.

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