"When I got out of my vehicle, I ran over to ask for a photo, and that is when he said 'why are you invading my privacy?'" Sabah told the newspaper.
At another point on video footage of Bieber's interaction with Helar the singer was heard asking her, "Why are you treating me like that?"
Justin Bieber told a Melbourne fan that she made him "sick" after she took a photo with him before his concert on Friday night.
Sabah had been keeping track of Justin's movements during the day, and saw a chance opportunity to have her moment with the star.
She said: "My daughter was bawling her eyes out". Then, last May the Grammy victor shared an emotive Instagram message in which he said he felt "like a zoo animal" when fans demanded or approached him for photos in a frenzied way.
Apparently at the performance that evening Bieber kept hands in his pockets for the first few songs and was apparently as charismatic as a particularly odious slug - so about the same as normal then.
'After years of supporting him, my daughter will never see him again in concert'.
Justin began the Australian leg of his Purpose World Tour in Perth this week.
However, select patrons at his Melbourne concert on Friday night, were far from impressed, complaining about his demeanor on stage.
"I realize people will be disappointed but I don't owe anybody a picture. and people who say "but I bought your album" know that you got my album and you got what you paid for AN ALBUM!" So excited yet a little disappointed.
'Couldn't decide if he was bored or just trying to be edgy, ' another user wrote. I took my daughter and she loved it so I can't complain because the overall show is incredible'.
'It was fricken awesome! Whether one agrees with or likes Bieber's "no photos" policy, a person's freedom over their own body, legal actions, legal speech, and basic privacy are human rights.