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Justin Bieber And Selena Gomez Have Huge Fight, She Locks Him Out Of Her House!

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Nov. 17 2012, Published 9:30 a.m. ET

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By RadarOnline.com Staff

An attempted reconciliation dinner between Justin Bieber and Friday night went terribly wrong.

They exited Yamato Japanese restaurant in Encino, where they were planning to dine, just minutes after arriving in separate cars, with Selena speeding off first.

Back at her house, Selena drove in first, and when Justin arrived, she wouldn't let him in!

As you can see in the photos obtained by RadarOnline.com, Justin couldn't get further than the locked gate blocking the driveway!

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The teen singer stood at the gate, shouting for Selena, and when she didn't respond, he could be seen pouting, standing next to the open door of his white Ferrari.

The tantrum went on for several minutes, eyewitnesses say, with the Biebs literally hanging on to the gate and calling out for his estranged girlfriend.

Maybe it was the bizarre harem pants Justin was wearing that turned her off but Selena apparently was having none of it.

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When Justin finally walked back to his car, the actress was spotted looking out her walk-in gate at the Baby singer.

At some point during the night, Selena finally relented and let Bieber in. Maybe it was his Tweet that won her over? "Things arent always easy. there is alot of pressure. im figuring it all out. im trying. but i care, i notice, i still hear u," he wrote.

By early Saturday morning, his Ferrari was spotted inside the gate and by midway he was seen racing away from the house

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