An unnamed woman has been arrested after allegedly attempting to break into Justin Bieber's home for the third time this week.

The 23-year-old singer was believed to be inside his home when the woman - who is thought to be a fan of the 'Sorry' hitmaker - allegedly attempted to force her way inside the star's Beverly Hills rental home on Monday (23.10.17) in order to meet him.

According to GossipCop.com, the alleged attempted break-in was the third to be stopped by his security team, after having previously prevented the woman from getting onto the property on two occasions earlier this week.

During Monday's alleged incident, it has been reported that security reprimanded the woman as soon as she managed to find a way onto the property, and called law enforcement officials who later arrested and charged her on suspicion of trespassing.

Whilst Justin was at home during the attempted break-in, he had no contact with the ''obsessed'' fan.

Unfortunately for Justin, this isn't the first time he's had to deal with fans trespassing on his rental properties. In 2014, a woman broke into the singer's temporary home in Atlanta, Georgia and fell asleep in one of the bedrooms, before being discovered by the landlord the following morning and then arrested by police.

The trespassing allegations will no doubt fuel Justin's search to find a new home, although it was recently reported he had been turned away from renting a different home in the Beverly Hills area, as his negative reputation has made his prospective new landlords wary.

A source said: ''Justin wants to rent a big estate, but many of the owners of the big Beverly Hills properties, which are for rent, have clubbed together to agree that nobody should rent to Justin.

''You would think that they would want the cache of having him at their homes - and Justin is offering $100,000 a month for places that aren't anywhere near worth that.

''But he and his entourage have a reputation of trashing his rental homes and then being difficult where it comes to paying for the repairs.''