Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez tells Justin Bieber to get help with his anger

SELENA Gomez has reportedly urged her on/off boyfriend Justin Bieber to undergo anger management if they are to get back together permanently.

The 21-year-old beauty - who is thought to have reunited with the heartthrob singer recently - is concerned about her 19-year-old beau's bad boy behaviour, which includes allegedly throwing eggs at his neighbour's home last week, a prank that resulted in his home being raided.

A source told Yahoo! omg!: "Selena has told him 'no romance without new manners', and insisted that he should take a course in anger management.

"Selena is an old fashioned southern girl from Texas and believes in manners and good behaviour, she's told Justin that he has to mend his ways if they are to start seeing each other regularly again."

The actress-and-singer is eager to make her reconciliation with Justin permanent, but only if the 'Confidence' hitmaker adjusts his attitude.

The source added: "Selena has been on her own and what she calls 'on the road', but she hasn't stopped being attracted to Justin. She just wants some pleases [and] thank yous, as well as some good behaviour if things are to get serious again.

"She has told Justin he needs help with anger management and that he should book classes."

Justin has been plagued by fresh controversy this month after he allegedly vandalised a neighbour's home in his gated community in Calabasas, California, by throwing around 20 eggs at the property.

The pop star's home was raided by police this week in connection with the incident - which is thought to have caused $20,000 worth of damage - and the visit resulted in his rapper pal Lil Za being arrested for possession of cocaine.



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