Justin Bieber is known for being a joker but the teen heartthrob is now facing legal action after a Twitter prank went wrong.
Earlier this week, the Boyfriend singer posted a phone number with the last digit missing via his official account, accompanied with the message "Call me right now."
As his 19million followers desperately tried to reach JB by guessing the mystery number, The Sun reports that two people from Texas claim they were bombarded by phone calls from Beliebers at all hours of the day.
Justin later deleted the tweet from his Twitter page, but the people - an older women named Dilcie and man called Kent - branded his actions "reckless" as his fans still tried to contact Justin using the phone number.
A lawyer acting for the pair has stated that her clients' patience wore thin after receiving over 1,000 phone calls and have demanded compensation for problems as a result from the prank.
They have also said Bieber could settle the dispute by issuing them an apology, concert tickets and cash, plus an endorsement for Kent's future online project.
Bieber - who narrowly avoided arrest after he threw a water balloon which hit a cop in 2010 - also recently fronted hit MTV show Punk'd, where he convinced country star Taylor Swift that she had blown up a boat where a wedding was taking place.
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