Some kid throwing a bunch of eggs at your home is so damn traumatic, right?
Justin Bieber egging neighbor is really trying it on at this point, claiming medical issues and emotional distress a whole two years after the incident..
Justin Bieber egging neighbor is really attempting to milk the situation for all it's worth.
Jeffrey Schwartz and his wife Suzanne claim they are still suffering a whole slew of medical issues, a whole two years after the incident.
Because some kid throwing a bunch of eggs at your home is so damn traumatic, right?
So traumatic apparently that poor Jeffrey and Suzanne are being subjected to headaches, stomach aches, insomnia, you name it….
Biebs is calling bullshit on the good doctor's claims however.
filed court documents demanding the Schwartzs undergo mental evaluations to ascertain if their claims have any basis in reality whatsoever.
Well, we're no medical experts—obviously—but, we're going to go out on a limb here and go with frivolous lawsuit.
Popdust previously reported, Dr. Schwartz has already landed one major payday courtesy the "aggressive" egging incident.
filed a lawsuit for a cool one million dollars—and the Biebs settled it for $800,000.
Now, that's no yolk folks.
Schwartz wasn't done just yet though—he wanted the Biebs to pay even more.
In a lawsuit
he fired off last year, Schwartz alleged that Biebs and crew embarked on a tireless regime of loud partying, drag racing and general obnoxiousness.
The doctor claims that Bieber once spat on him and that his bodyguard hurled anti-semitic insults at him.
As per the lawsuit:
On Memorial Day 2013, Schwartz and a friend beseeched Bieber to stop speeding around the residential neighborhood in his Ferrari, for fear he would injure or kill someone—prompting one of the singer's bodyguards to bear down on Schwartz, calling him "little Jew boy," and repeatedly asking, "What are you going to do about it, Jew boy?"
The Biebs has since moved on, to allegedly terrorize another neighbor, another day.
However, the Schwartzs are clearly unable to "move on" from the alleged traumatic ordeal.
Well, perhaps a few more million will help bring about some of that much-talked about California "closure."
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