An ambulance was dispatched to Justin Bieber’s Calabasas home early Saturday morning (December 14) after receiving a 911 call stating that a woman had passed out.
Paramedics were sent to Bieber’s $6.5 million California residence at around 3 am after it was reported a 20-year-old, unconscious female was on site.
TMZ reports the teen star was at home when the 911 call was made.
The celebrity website adds the passed out-woman was a guest who attended a party hosted by Bieber.
Despite the emergency call out, the outlet states the ambulance request was called off 15 minutes later.
It’s reported that the person who canceled the 911 call told dispatch the woman would be taken to hospital by private transport.
However, TMZ said sources informed them the woman subsequently regained consciousness.
Apparently when she was told ambulances were on their way to Bieber’s home, she herself insisted the call-out should be canceled.
According to the website, the woman did not go to a hospital in the end. Instead, she went home.
The outlet states alcohol was reportedly involved in the woman’s condition, despite the fact that at 20 she is under the legal drinking age of 21.
It’s unknown if any illicit or other substances had any bearing on the woman passing out.
The singer, who recently wrapped his Believe world tour with an acoustic concert in the Philippines for Typhoon Haiyan victims, has been enjoying sporty pursuits following his return to the States.
Earlier this week, Justin dropped by the Skatelab skate park in Simi Valley with his crew for a little skateboarding.
While there, the Canadian took a good-natured tumble attempting what is known in skating circles as a “kick flip.”
Bieber later posted an Instavid of the fall to his social media accounts captioned with a teachable moment message that read: “Always get up when u get knocked down.”
On Friday, the “Heartbreaker” star hit the golf course with two of his pals, actor Kyle Massey, and Ryan Butler, a director and photographer.
During play, Justin had a bit of fun with his golf club technique.
Taking a shot before successfully sinking a putt, Justin held his club as if it were a pool cue while Massey narrated in the style of a sports commentator.
The 19-year-old posted an Instavid of the moment and his jubilant victory when he made the shot, with the caption:
“Me @ryanbutler and @kyle_massey golfing got a little interesting (sic).”
We will update you on the ambulance story as and if and more details emerge.
As yet, Bieber’s representative has told outlets they have no comment on the matter.