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Keyshawn Johnson arrested on suspicion of domestic violence

Keyshawn Johnson arrested on suspicion of domestic violence

KEYSHAWN JOHNSON: The retired NFL star was arrested early Monday. Photo: Associated Press

Retired football player Keyshawn Johnson has been arrested on suspicion of domestic violence.

Justin Bieber’s former neighbor was taken into custody on Monday morning following an alleged bust-up with his ex-girlfriend at his Calabasas, California home.

He was booked for misdemeanor domestic battery and was released on $20,000 bail, according to TMZ.com.

Johnson, who now works as a TV pundit for sports network ESPN, hit headlines last year after fuming about Bieber’s sports car-driving, fast-paced partying lifestyle in the gated community they shared in Calabasas.

They have both since moved out – Johnson sold his pad to Kourtney Kardashian in August, while Bieber offloaded his mansion to the reality TV star’s sister Khloe last month.

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