A security guard for Justin Bieber admitted to taking a camera from a photographer but told officers he wanted only to delete photos taken outside an arcade the singer had visited, according to police documents released Wednesday.
Photographer Jason Winslow was in a parking lot outside the Sandy Springs Funhouse family entertainment complex when security guard Hugo Hesny told him to leave, according to a police report. Winslow continued to shoot photos from farther away. Hesny then chased him, cut him off, opened the door of Winslow’s vehicle, took Winslow’s camera, and drove away, the photographer told police.
Hesny, 32, of Davie, Fla., is charged with robbery by snatch, Sandy Springs police Capt. Steve Rose said. He is scheduled to appear in court Thursday in Atlanta.
An attorney for Hesny, Elias Hilal of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., told The Associated Press on Wednesday that he hasn’t had an opportunity to review the police reports. Hilal said he was planning to fly to Georgia on Wednesday afternoon to meet with Hesny.
A representative for Bieber did not immediately return an email seeking comment Wednesday.
Bieber was not outside and was not part of the argument, police said. READ FULL STORY