The apple of her eye: Justin Bieber 'paying $8,000 a week rent' on mother Pattie Lynn Mallette's 'secret LA home'

By Jason Chester

He’s thought to be renting a spacious Atlanta property far from his Los Angeles stomping ground as he attempts to bounce back from another spate of controversial episodes.

But while Justin Bieber’s Georgia retreat, owned by Grammy Award winning producer Dallas Austin, doesn’t come cheap – neither does the sprawling LA home reportedly owned by his doting mother, Pattie Lynn Mallette.

According to TMZ, the 20-year-old hit-maker has been paying for the upkeep of her 2,900 square foot property – including its $8,000 a month rent. 

Side by side: Justin Bieber is reportedly paying the $8,000 a month rent on mother Pattie Lynn Mallette's Los Angeles home

Side by side: Justin Bieber is reportedly paying the $8,000 a month rent on mother Pattie Lynn Mallette's Los Angeles home

Despite its size, Pattie is understood to have kept her rented home under wraps – but allegedly found herself involved in a dispute when she made a series of improvements without consulting her landlord.

The website claim she installed a mirror in her gym last summer, but failed to pay the relatively small $3,414 owed for the installation – because she thought the bill was too high.

 

It’s understood that Pattie settled the alleged debt last week, but the property’s owned is said to be unhappy with her decision to make modifications to the house without prior consent.

MailOnline have contacted Justin and Pattie’s representatives for further comment. 

Moving on: Removal vans park outside Justin Bieber's Calabasas mansion as he prepares to relocate to Atlanta

Moving on: Removal vans park outside Justin Bieber's Calabasas mansion as he prepares to relocate to Atlanta

Spacious: Bieber is currently renting this Atlanta property from record producer Dallas Austin

Spacious: Bieber is currently renting this Atlanta property from record producer Dallas Austin

Elsewhere Justin’s plan to rent his own property – part of an exclusive gated community in Calabasas – has reportedly been hampered by another bill for $85,011 following damage repair service carried out by a local construction company.

TMZ claim the organisation has filed a mechanics lien against the 20-year-old star which it is said must be settled by next week otherwise the sale will not be able to go through.

Sources close to the singer, who is currently renting a mansion in Atlanta, have told TMZ that Justin is trying to resolve the issue as soon as possible.

This news comes after moving vans were spotted outside his Calabasas mansion on Tuesday to clear out his mansion ahead of Khloe moving in.

Stepping back: Bieber is moving away from his Los Angeles stomping ground

Stepping back: Bieber is moving away from his Los Angeles stomping ground






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Rent? Good grief lass, this boys on the fast track down. Ask him to BUY you something before he's broke.

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$3,000 is a lot to install a mirror but she should have had a written price agreement BEFORE they installed. :) simple.

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he can do whatever he wants with his money ! plus his mama almost raised him by herself alone kinda sweet from him but will better to just buy than renting

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Love him or detest him...his money his Mother. Simple no one else's problem.

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He is a good kid at heart

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why didn't he just buy her a house?

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If I became Wealthy I'd love to buy my parents a nice house and support them in the way they've supported me growing up. I don't understand the negative comments here he clearly love his mum and wants her to live well... He's made the money so why not !?

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money and no taste

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meanwhile around the world people are homeless oppressed starving and dying

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Why is he wearing a skirt?

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