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Thursday, January 30, 2014

Justin Bieber Is Fine Says Dad Afer Bieber's Encounter With The Toronto Cops

The pop star is 'safe and sound' according to his father who tweeted a picture of the 19-year-old sleeping with his four-year-old brother Jaxon. 
Dad Jeremy Bieber tweeted the picture early this morning after his son faced a media scrum as he reported to a Toronto police station to face charges of criminal assault. 
It is the latest run-in with the law for Bieber who was arrested last week for allegedly drunk driving  a yellow Lamborghini and resisting arrest in Miami.  
Heavily tattooed dad Jeremy, 38, was also present when his son was arrested last week.
He has since been at the centre of a media storm with his model companion Chantal Jeffries. 
The pair fled to Panama after Bieber, who is also accused of attacking a neighbors home with eggs in LA and shows no signs of toning down his behaviour, was released.
In the latest alleged criminal episode, Justin and five of his entourage are accused of assaulting a limousine driver on December 30 after they were picked up from a nightclub.
Toronto police released a statement saying the limo driver and an unnamed passenger had an altercation during which he was hit on the back of the head 'several times'. 
The charge is yet another in a string of recent run-ins with the law, but if Bieber is convicted of assault, federal law allows that the 19-year-old Canadian could very well be deported and banned from working in the United States.

It was initially reported that a member of singer's crew was being investigated. Now, the investigation has taken a turn straight toward the Biebs himself on the very same day he denied he was drunk behind the wheel of a Lamborghini in Florida last week.
Today, the manager of the limo firm involved told the Toronto Sun that the driver insists it was Bieber's entourage and not the star who carried out the alleged crime.
Steve Alem, a manager at VIP Limousines Toronto, told the paper: 'What I heard ... (the assault) wasn’t directly from Justin. He was involved, but it was others. Entourage for sure. I can confirm that.'
He added that the driver is 'not happy with what happened'.
On Wednesday evening, reports of Bieber's impending arrival to the Toronto Police station had a crowd gathered eagerly outside the doors
Screams rang out through the Toronto streets when he finally did arrive, flanked by an army of police as little girls and adults alike yelled out his name.
Beiber emerged in a ball cap and winter coat, fresh off a plain from Florida, and quickly made for the station.

Beleaguered Biebs: Reporters and Beliebers alike positioned themselves outside the 52 Division building in Toronto to catch a glimpse of the beleaguered Biebs

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