Bieber, 1D 'P**s Off Locals With 3am Jamming Session'
As JB also reveals how the paparazzi taunt him in his new tell-all book...
Despite the 1D lads confirming that JB will NOT feature on their forthcoming album Take Me Home, it hasn't stopped Biebs making sweet music with The X Factor group - much to the displeasure of those living next to Niall.
During an interview with The Metro, Justin - who arrived in the UK earlier this week - explained: "We have a great time together. I went over to Niall’s house yesterday. Think we p***ed people off a little bit.
"We were making a little jam session at three in the morning and he lives in this apartment. So there’s people underneath him and we were playing really loud and all the sudden we hear 'bang, bang, bang' on the door and this guy shouted 'keep it down'. It was crazy."
As well as jamming with 1D, the 18-year old also told the newspaper about his friendship with David Beckham, admitting: "We’ve hung out a few times,’ he said. ‘He came to the studio one time with his kids.
"He’s just a super down to earth guy… checks in once in a while and texts me."
In other related news, Justin has also confessed in his new tell-all book that the paparazzi act aggressively towards him at times, even shouting abuse about his family in order to get a picture.
In an extract from Just Getting Started, published by Sugarscape, the Boyfriend singer recalls: "When someone is stalking you without a camera it is illegal, but if they are doing it with a camera it is somehow perfectly fine. I don't get that difference and I suppose I never will."When the paparazzi are nice to me and respectful, I am never afraid to have a conversation with them. But it's not okay when they come at me aggressively and don't respect my space because they are looking at me as a product and not a person."
He continued: "There's a misconception that I hate the paparazzi - I don't, I simply don't like the aggressive paparazzi... Whenever you see me getting angry or upset in the media what you don't get to see on camera is how those people came up to me and said things like, 'Hey Justin, why are you such a punk lately?', 'Your mum is ugly', and, 'Your little brother and sister are ugly babies'.
"They literally yell stuff like that to try and get a rise out of me. Famous or not, saying terrible things about my family is completely unacceptable. And if they aren't going after my family, they're coming after me, swearing, saying the most horrible things ever, even calling me white trash - which is kind compared to the other things they've thrown at me. Nice - not."
In July, Paul Raef became the first photographer to be charged under California's new paparazzi law after being involved in a high-speed car chase with the star in order to take his picture.