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Saturday 10 October 2015

Justin Bieber 'stopped by police'

Published 14/11/2012

Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber has reportedly been stopped by police while driving a Ferrari.

The 18-year-old singer was apparently riding around West Hollywood in the white sports car on Tuesday evening.

According to TMZ, a Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputy saw him at around 6.30pm local time and put on his sirens and flashing lights. Justin then stopped the vehicle and got out to speak to the cop.

"[We] got a couple shots of the Biebs as he was pulled over. Witnesses say JB was cooperative while deputies took a closer look at his documentation... and, of course, the sick ride," the site reports.

In one image Justin is seen walking from the driver's side of the car towards the sidewalk, with two police vehicles behind him. He is dressed in a black T-shirt and a matching cap, which is placed backwards on his head.

Although it's not known why he was stopped or what law was broken, it's alleged the young Canadian star did receive a ticket.

He reportedly had a pal in the car with him and also posted a picture on Instagram apparently showing a view of police cars from the back of his Ferrari. The image has seemingly been removed from the photo-sharing site now.

Earlier in the day, Justin used Twitter to tell fans he was spending the day "chilling" as he had no work commitments.

It's been a difficult week for the star, who is rumoured to have split from his long-term girlfriend Selena Gomez.

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