Update: Lil Twist Denies Hurting Woman at Justin Bieber's House

Rapper named in battery report.

Posted: 08/01/2013 05:30 PM EDT
Lil Twist

Update:

A rep for Lil Twist issued a statement to BET.com denying the rapper was involved in any wrongdoing.

"Lil Twist was not involved in any battery. He asked the guest of a third party at the home to leave, and security escorted the guest from the premises after the guest became disruptive."

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Lil Twist's friendship with Justin Bieber has gotten him into more trouble. A woman is accusing the Texas native of battery following an incident at The Bieb's house that got physical.

TMZ reports that Twist is named in a police report filed by the alleged victim. According to the site, the woman involved was hanging out at the pop star's Calabasas, CA, mansion at around 3:30 a.m. Bieber wasn't home at the time, but his "roommate" was. When the woman decided to leave, she says Twist forcefully grabbed her arm. Somehow, she broke free and headed to a local Sheriff's Department to file a police report.  

Twist hasn't confirmed or denied claim, and doesn't seem to have a care in the world according to a tweet from this morning (Aug. 1). "Lol. For the ones who didn't know…..I live here. I love Calabasas….I gotta nice room with a nice view. Making new music! Enjoyin life."

Being in love with the affluent Southern California town hasn't exactly helped neighbors welcome the rapper and Bieber with open arms and their reported bad behavior isn't helping. Last month, Twist was busted for DUI while driving Bieber's Fisker Karma and has been pulled over for speeding around the gated community.

While his friends are making themselves at home, Bieber is on tour. The 19-year-old invaded New Jersey's Prudential Center Wednesday night (July 31) and was met with a scathing review from the Associated Press, who called moments of the performance "sluggish" and "lazy."

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