Justin Bieber Facing Possible Arrest

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Tuesday, 10 July 2012


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Bieber could end up spending some time at The Hopalong Cassidy Correctional Facility in Tarzana.

LOS ANGELES - In a move to show that no one in Los Angeles County is above the law the Los Angeles Police Department is considering filing charges against singing sensation Justin Bieber.

No less than 27 different motorists reported seeing Bieber's brand new $100,000 Fisker Karma traveling at speeds in excess of 103 miles per hour.

One motorist identified as Pandora Pia Pettipracker, 20, of Pacific Palisades said that when Bieber passed her by she noticed that he appeared to be texting.

Miss Pettipracker, who is a student majoring in Croatian Cuisine at Left Coast College in Carpinteria, told local authorities that as the fancy sports car flew by her, it was weaving in and out as if it was being driven by Gary Busey or Lindsay Lohan.

The expensive car was a birthday gift from Justin's manager Scooter "Bubba" Braun who told a reporter for Tittle Tattle Tonight that it was either the 2013 fancy sports car or a used Japanese two-man submarine that was built in 1941.

SIDENOTE: Justin's girlfriend Selena Gomez could not be reached for a comment as she was at the Haven of Hair Salon in Beverly Hills where her hair stylist FuFi Fondue was coloring her black hair even blacker.

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