Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber had one of their worst nights ever, at least in public, after a romantic dinner date ended abruptly. The night ended with Justin locked out of her mansion property, screaming into the intercom.

It’s unknown what he or she said, but it didn’t go over well. They were spotted entering Yamato, a Japanese restaurant San Fernando Valley, and exiting a few minutes later.

A witness inside the restaurant told TMZ, the two had an argument as soon as they arrived and Selena decided to leave first. They drove off in separate cars.

Justin was spotted again in his white Ferrari outside Selena’s gated mansion about 10 minutes after she arrived. When she refused to open the gate, Bieber flew into a temper tantrum in the street as paparazzi looked on. He screamed into the intercom before leaving.

The relationship has reportedly been rocky for some time, and reports of their breakup were all but confirmed. But the duo, who have been dating since 2010, appeared to patch things up earlier this week.

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Justin spent the night at Selena’s house on Nov. 14, and they had lunch together the next day at Culina restaurant. That night they were spotted together again at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles.

The latest row was touched off by reports that Justin was flirting heavily with models backstage at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York. He met up with model Barbara Palvin the next day and the two were spotted with others at a performance of The Lion King on Broadway.

Selena retweeted a photo that Justin had tweeted of himself with rapper Lil’ Twist and the Hungarian lingerie model.

Selena captioned the photo “….” which just may sum up their relationship.

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