For someone with more than 19 million Twitter followers, Justin Bieber may want to be a little more careful when he tweets someone’s phone number.

In the latest gaffe by the obsessively followed Biebs, he “randomly” tweeted the first nine digits of a Texas phone number, with the message, “call me right now.” He has since deleted the tweet, but is already facing legal action from two Texas residents who claim their phone has been ringing non-stop ever since the mystery tweet.

This is hardly Justin’s first slip-up when it comes to mistakes on Twitter. In 2010, he tweeted the phone number of an enemy who had allegedly hacked into the Twitter account of one of Justin’s childhood friends. The kid had to delete his Twitter account after thousands of people started calling and texting him within minutes of the tweet.

Justin pulled this same stunt just three weeks ago on March 10, when he tweeted yet another Texas phone number with a question mark in place of the last digit, causing a man to receive non-stop calls to the point where he had to unplug his phone and cut off all communication.

Still no explanation from the Biebs on why he continues to post these Texas numbers, but this time he’s facing a serious lawsuit. TMZ reports that two of the most recent victims have hired lawyers, and “want compensation for all the problems Justin caused with his ‘reckless’ behavior.”

Justin, dude! Stop tweeting phone numbers! If it’s “revenge” you’re seeking, just tweet about how much you can’t stand someone, and cloak yourself in the First Amendment. You’re a big boy now, so try and act the part.

Sources: TMZ, Gawker, ABC News

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