We're told about 500 residents pay $1,000/month, so it's a huge chunk o' change that could be withheld.
The goal, according to our sources, is to force the HOA to give Justin a stern reminder about the neighborhood rules he's allegedly broken repeatedly -- such as noise during parties (some while Justin was out of town), Justin's friends parking on the street overnight ... and, of course, the speeding.
Any HOA action would be a far cry from Bieber getting arrested or charged by the D.A. -- but we're told the protesting residents will take what they can get at this point.
We called ex-NFL star Keyshawn Johnson to see if he's joined the cause -- since he actually confronted Bieber last week about the speeding -- but haven't heard back yet.
Read more: http://www.tmz.com/2013/06/03/justin-bieber-neighbors-homeowners-association-fees/#ixzz2VDJwCX4m