Justin Bieber allegedly turned his neighbourhood upside down over the weekend.

The 19-year-old singer - who had an unexpected visit from police at his home in Calabasas, Los Angeles, on Monday evening (27.05.13) after they received a high volume of calls from neighbours complaining he was speeding around in his Ferrari - reportedly held several parties until 3a.m. in recent days and was also seen riding around on a Segway with a friend, who was allegedly smoking marijuana on Sunday (26.05.13).

Sources told gossip website TMZ.com that multiple neighbours in his gated community called cops twice in the last five days because of the loud noise from his parties.

The neighbours also claim that the 'Boyfriend' singer, who has an on/off relationship with Selena Gomez, regularly ''drives recklessly'' around the area in his car and on his motorcycle, and have accused him of almost hitting another vehicle while it was pulling out of a driveway on Sunday.

The homeowner's board is planning to take action by looking into whether Justin is technically running a business from the house, which is against the rules, and has already asked police to tow any cars left on their street by Justin's friends overnight.

Former NFL star Keyshawn Johnson, who lives in the same enclave, is said to have confronted Justin about his dangerous driving on Monday night (27.05.13), after he spotted him racing around in his Ferrari, but the singer ran inside.

Los Angeles County Sheriff spokesman Steve Whitmore previously said: ''Callers reported Bieber driving at a startling high rate of speed. At least one child was playing in the area where Bieber was allegedly driving.''

He added that the case will be presented to the LA County District Attorney at a later date.

The string of complaints - which accused the pop star of driving too fast when children were playing outside - come just two months after the 'Beauty and a Beat' hitmaker allegedly threatened to kill his neighbour and spat at him after being confronted for racing his Ferrari in their peaceful community.

The District Attorney is currently reviewing that case and is expected to make a decision soon.