Justin Bieber is the hero we didn't know we needed. He allegedly "went ballistic" when he saw a woman, who appears to be his ex-girlfriend, and grabbed her by the throat.
The alleged altercation took place at a party hosted by Patrick Schwarzenneger on the night of April 14.
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The site goes on to say the man was then chucked out of the party but was seen chasing a vehicle that he believed had Bieber inside.
Whatever the connection, the guy suddenly grabbed the woman by the throat and wouldn't let go.
When the 24-year-old pop star and his friend yelled at the man to let her go, he refused to release his choke-hold and instead screamed, "Go f**k yourself".
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We're told the guy was thrown out of the party and a short time later, was chasing an SUV. apparently believing Justin was inside. He yelled the singer's name as he started hitting the auto.
The guy was thrown out of the party at that point, and later - while chasing a auto that he believed Justin was riding in - the man was arrested by the cops.
The Palm Beach Police Department was unable to confirm any arrests, and Bieber's rep did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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