Justin Bieber Arrested Involving ATV Crash

justin-bieberJustin Bieber has had his share of time in the spotlight over the past several months, but not in a good way. Known for his outbursts of anger and lack of respect for people, this music idol continues to make wrong choices. Just a few weeks ago, Bieber was under investigation for supposedly trying to grab a cell phone from a man who had taken a few pictures of him and Selena Gomez eating at Dave & Buster’s restaurant.

Back in July, Bieber was arrested for pelting a neighbor’s multimillion dollar home with eggs and causing damage. He pled no contest to a misdemeanor vandalism charge and was placed on probation for two years. Although Bieber was not in court for that incident, he was arraigned in a Los Angeles Superior Court and ordered to pay the neighbor $80,900 in restitution, complete an anger management program, and serve five days of community service.

Apparently, Bieber has not learned from his past mistakes, having again been arrested, this time for crashing an ATV into a minivan being driven by paparazzi. The accident occurred while visiting his home country of Canada and according to insiders Bieber could face serious charges consisting of “dangerous driving” and “assault”.

It was reported that after the crash, Bieber and the driver of the minivan got into a physical altercation, something he has done several times in the past. Because of the incident, Bieber was taken into custody by Canadian authorities in Perth County. Prior to the accident, a photographer snapped he and Selena Gomez riding the ATV in question near his father’s home in Ontario.

After posting bond, Bieber was released from jail but he will have to return to Perth County later this month to appear before a judge. He could face stiff consequences of his actions, especially with his current probation status. According to Bieber’s attorney, both he and Gomez are cooperating fully with the investigation being done by the Canadian police.

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