Justin Bieber is renting a glass mansion in Beverly Hills for $60,000 a month after moving out of his last house in the same area earlier this week.
Justin Bieber is renting a glass mansion in Beverly Hills for $60,000 a month after moving out of his last house in the same area earlier this week.

Justin Bieber moves into new mansion

JUSTIN Bieber has moved into a glass mansion in Beverly Hills.

The 'Beauty and a Beat' hitmaker - who cleared his belongings from a rented condominium in the same area of Los Angeles on Monday (01.12.14) just six months after he moved in, is renting the new landmark house for almost $60,000 a month.

A source said the 20-year-old Canadian star has secured a short-term lease and his new abode has already captured the interest of architectural aficionados due to its unique design.

The lavish property is 6,537 square feet and boasts a seven car garage, six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, according to gossip website TMZ.com.

Justin's previous neighbours were relieved when he moved out of his last rental property earlier this week, as they were tired of his wild parties.

Days after moving into the building in June - in which he rented the penthouse plus an apartment below - police were called to speak to Justin amid complaints of a strong smell of marijuana.

A month later, the building hired extra security but despite that, law enforcement visited the star's home six times in just one night following complaints from neighbours.

The 'Never Say Never' singer - who is on probation for two years for egging the property of a resident in his old Calabasas neighbourhood - was also visited by Beverly Hills police twice in October when he threw a "homecoming" party.


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