An elderly woman in Texas wants an apology from Justin Bieber after she says the pop star caused her phone to ring off the hook day and night.
The problem started when a message on Bieber’s Twitter feed urged his over 19 million followers to call him “right now,” along with a phone number that contained a Dallas area code — but the last digit was kept a mystery.
So rabid fans began frantically dialing all of the 10 different possible combinations, and haven’t stopped since.
According to ABC News, 81-year-old great-grandmother Dilcie Fleming has been receiving calls from giggly Bieber fans during all hours, leaving gushing messages intended for the singer, including one fan that told the Beebs that she wanted to have his children.
“I was told that this young man put a number up on the tweeter, or whatever it’s called,” Fleming told ABC. “But [he] left off the last digit. People were punching in until they got an answer.”
While Fleming doesn’t plan on filing a lawsuit against Bieber, she would like him to at least say he’s sorry for the stunt — and maybe some concert tickets for her granddaughter.
Bieber may not get off so easy, however, with a Dallas man who said at one point he was receiving three calls per second. He’s hired an attorney, and is contemplating suing Bieber.
Fleming said she has been giving some of the girls a bit of grandmotherly advice, telling them the Bieber “doesn’t care about you, you’re just making money for him.”
“I think he’s just a fly-by-night kid, making oodles of money,” Fleming said.
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