Canadian pop icon Justin Bieber was arrested by the police early morning of January 23, Thursday, for street racing. But apparently, that was not the only case filed against the teen star.
Miami Beach police charged Bieber with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving without a valid license, and resisting arrest.
“What the f*** did I do? Why did you stop me?,” said Bieber to the police after an officer pulled him over around 4 am.
Miami Beach police chief Raymond Martinez said that Bieber was driving a yellow Lamborghini and was racing against a red Ferrari, with the cars throttling at around 55 to 60 mph in a 30 mph zone.
The police said the Canadian singer “was not cooperating with the officer’s instructions” upon arrest and even had choice words against the officer’s actions.
Bieber failed a sobriety test. He also “made some statements that he had consumed some alcohol… had been smoking marijuana, and consumed some prescription medication,” said Martinez.
The singer was taken to a Miami jail. An hour after he appeared in front of a judge through a video link, he was issued a “standard” bond of $2,500. The police released him afterwards.
Bieber has had multiple encounters with the law, but like previous occasions, he presented trouble and hardly cooperated with the authorities.