Justin Bieber threatened with legal action over Twitter prank

justin-bieber-prank-gi.jpg Justin Bieber is quite the prankster, but one of his jokes might be leading to legal action from two ticked-off Texans, reports TMZ.

Bieber tweeted a phone number earlier this month, which has since been deleted, to his 19 million followers with the caption, "Call me right now." But since the prank post was missing the final digit, hoards of Beliebers took a guess at the final number, resulting in a couple of Texans -- an older lady named Dilcie Fleming and a man named Kent -- to get calls non-stop from people looking for the "Boyfriend" singer.

Dilcie and Kent's lawyer says the pair want compensation for Biebs' "reckless" behavior in the form of concert tickets for Ms. Fleming's grandchildren, an apology, an endorsement for Kent's upcoming online project and money for expenses.
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