The 'Boyfriend' singer posted a phone number with one digit missing in a now-deleted tweet earlier this month and urged his fans to "call [him] right now".
The tweet reportedly led many of Bieber's fans to place thousands of calls to two Texas citizens, whose phone numbers are similar to the one the popstar tweeted.
The two Texans – a man named Kent and a woman named Dilcie – have met with a lawyer in attempts to stop the allegedly harassing phone calls, according to TMZ.
Their attorney is seeking a public apology, concert tickets for one of the alleged victim's grandchildren and public support for new online business. They are also seeking reimbursement for other expenses.
Bieber has not yet responded to the report.
The teen star was also contacted on Twitter on Monday (March 26) by Madonna, who invited Bieber to join her on her forthcoming world tour.
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