Justin Bieber Is In Trouble With The Law (Again)

Justin Bieber Is In Trouble With The Law (Again)

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Justin Bieber (opens in new tab) has been charged with dangerous driving and assault. The 20-year-old 'I Want It All' singer was arrested after an incident in his hometown of Ontario. Bieber is alleged to have been involved in an altercation with another driver following a crash between his quad bike and the other person's minivan. The incident is said to have taken place before 3pm last Friday (August 29). According to a police statement, "after colliding, the driver of the all terrain vehicle and an occupant of the minivan engaged in a physical altercation". Bieber (opens in new tab) is now due to appear in court on September 29.

A spokesperson for the singer said: "Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez's peaceful retreat in Stratford this weekend was unfortunately disrupted by the unwelcome presence of paparazzi."This has regrettably resulted in charges of dangerous driving and assault. Mr Bieber and Ms Gomez have fully cooperated in the police investigation. We are hopeful that this matter will be quickly resolved."

Last week, Bieber accused photographers of acting "recklessly" (opens in new tab) following an incident in which his red Ferrari was hit by a Prius driven by a paparazzo in West Hollywood. Bieber wrote on Twitter: "There should be laws against what I just experienced. We should have learned from the death of Princess Diana...I don't have a problem with Paparazzi but when they act recklessly they put us all in danger."

Earlier today, it was revealed that Bieber and Cody Simpson will
release a collaborative album this winter (opens in new tab)
.

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