‘No Theft’ Say LAPD Called To Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez Date At Hollywood Restaurant

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez’s date at a Hollywood restaurant on Monday night led to a response by Los Angeles police, over a claim of possible cellphone theft by Bieber’s bodyguards after a fan shot video footage of the Canadian. The LAPD said, “no theft, no scuffle and no crime occurred,” according to multiple reports.

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez’s date at a Hollywood restaurant on Monday evening had a less than romantic ending.

Los Angeles Police officers responded to a restaurant the couple visited last night, after a report claimed someone from Bieber’s security team allegedly took the cellphone of a male patron who recorded video footage of Bieber.

Initial posts from news outlets on Twitter and Facebook reported a fan’s cellphone may have been stolen by one of Bieber’s bodyguards.

However, the LAPD later said the “theft” report was not true, according to the Los Angeles Times’ via L.A. Now.

“There’s been no theft, no scuffle and no crime occurred,” an LAPD spokeswoman, Officer Sara Faden told The Times.

Mail Online add, a police officer said no one was charged over the alleged theft and it was just a “big lot of nothing.”

The incident was reported at around 9:30 pm from the grand opening of Dave & Busters at the Hollywood and Highland center, in the 6800 block of Hollywood Boulevard.

Officers went to Dave & Buster’s restaurant to investigate after a fan recorded video footage of Bieber on their cellphone, Officer Faden told KTLA 5 News. Bieber’s bodyguards asked to see the video but the fan declined, which triggered the incident, police said.

Faden told KTLA that after police determined no cellphone had not been stolen and that no crime had been committed, officers left the restaurant.

NBC Los Angeles reporter, Gadi Schzwartz, went to Dave & Busters while Bieber was still at the restaurant.

In a since deleted tweet, Schwartz reiterated that the claim of the singer’s security stealing a fan’s cellphone wasn’t true. For unknown reasons the reporter deleted some related tweets.

Schwartz said on that arriving at the restaurant, Bieber was still playing at Skeeball — the singer posted a Vine clip of part of a game. Schwartz was able to speak to witnesses about the incident.

(Video: Justin Bieber posted a vine of him playing an arcade game at Dave & Busters’ restaurant, even though he also posted an Instagram suggesting he was in a recording studio with R&B singer and pal Khalil Sharieff.)

One of the reporter’s tweets said a witness claimed the male fan was “out of line.” In another tweet, which Schwartz deleted, he wrote that a witness said the fan had taunted Bieber.

TMZ is reporting the accuser claims Bieber lunged at him but was allegedly held back by his security. The accuser now wants to press charges for attempted theft, attempted battery and attempted robbery (over photos and video the accuser claims the singer wanted to delete).

The website adds Justin is under investigation by the LAPD for all three claims.

Social media postings from others at Dave & Busters last night, revealed Selena Gomez was with Bieber at the restaurant.

In addition, waitress Jamie Helgesen wrote in a Facebook posting that she was Bieber and Gomez’s personal server at Dave & Busters last night.

Over the last few weeks, it’s been reported that Justin and Selena have reunited as a couple. A photo of the pair kissing on a movie date posted by Bieber then deleted on August 14, and Instagram videos of the two hiking have since surfaced online.

On May 12, an unidentified woman accused Bieber of stealing her cellphone at the Sherman Oaks Castle Park mini-golf course and batting cages. After an LAPD investigation, TMZ later reported police said nine witnesses said the woman made up the alleged robbery.

In June, the city attorney’s office declined to file misdemeanor charges against Bieber.

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez

(Photo: Police Officers from the Los Angeles Police Department were called to Dave & Busters restaurant in Hollywood after an incorrect report that Justin Bieber’s bodyguards had stolen a fan’s cellphone. Officers later said there was no theft and that no crime had been committed.)