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Justin Bieber was charged with assault in January after allegedly attacking a limo driver in Toronto, but the Ontario Court of Justice withdrew the charge Monday when Bieber appeared in court with lawyer Brian H. Greenspan.
“We welcome the decision of the office of the Crown Attorney to withdraw the charge, having reached the conclusion that there was no reasonable prospect of conviction,” Greenspan said in a statement. “We have always maintained Bieber’s innocence.”
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On Aug. 29, Justin Bieber was allegedly involved in an altercation in Ontario that ended in the pop star’s arrest.
According to Ontario Provincial Police, officers responded to a collision between a minivan and an ATV and later found the two drivers got in a physical altercation. The police’s statement does not make clear whether Bieber was driving the minivan or the ATV, but it specifies that he was charged with dangerous driving and assault.
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UPDATE: Justin Bieber pleaded no contest to misdemeanor vandalism and has been sentenced to two years’ probation.
After allegedly throwing eggs at his neighbor’s house in Calabasas, Justin Bieber is being charged with one count of misdemeanor vandalism. The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office put out a press release announcing that Bieber’s arraignment will occur at 1:30 p.m. PST today, though the singer will not be in attendance.
Justin Bieber has been cleared of wrongdoing in an attempted robbery investigation. The Canadian pop star had previously been accused of trying to take a woman’s mobile phone.
Prosecutors, however, rejected the allegations due to insufficient evidence, Reuters reports. Bieber was accused in May of trying to steal the woman’s iPhone after she spotted him in the batting cages of Sherman Oaks Castle Park.
Justin Bieber can check at least one incident off his long list of legal woes: The singer will not face felony charges in the alleged attempted robbery of a woman’s cell phone.
The Los Angeles County district attorney has ruled that the May 12 altercation at a miniature golf course “does not warrant felony prosecution,” according to legal documents obtained by EW. READ FULL STORY
Justin Bieber has been accused of attempted robbery, and now the Los Angeles Police Department is investigating.
According to reports, the incident happened around 10:30 p.m. on Monday. The LAPD is interviewing the alleged victim, but has not sought the Canadian pop singer for questioning.
The LAPD would not confirm any further details to EW. TMZ reports that a San Fernando Valley woman claims Bieber attempted to steal her phone, believing she took photos of him during an altercation with a group of men. According to the report, the 20-year-old confronted the woman at Sherman Oaks Castle Park, a miniature golf and batting cage complex, demanding to see her phone so he could erase any photos. She refused; Bieber went into her purse and grabbed it. When he couldn’t unlock the phone, the woman showed him no pictures had been taken. READ FULL STORY
An aspiring rapper who was arrested during a search of Justin Bieber’s mansion pleaded no contest Wednesday to felony possession of ecstasy and was sentenced to probation and community service.
Xavier Domonique Smith, who goes by the name Lil Za, was also ordered into a drug treatment program and fined $1,000 for breaking a jail telephone while in custody, Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office spokesman Ricardo Santiago said.
Smith was sentenced to three years of probation, but the felony conviction can be reduced to a misdemeanor if he successfully completes his sentence, which also requires him to repay the sheriff’s department $600 for the broken phone. READ FULL STORY
Surveillance footage from Justin Bieber’s home appears to show the pop star high-fiving friends and celebrating after throwing eggs at a neighbor’s home in January, an investigator’s affidavit released Friday shows.
The description of Bieber’s reaction to the incident that authorities say caused thousands of dollars in damage to the neighbor’s home is included in documents filed to support a search warrant obtained in March. A Los Angeles County sheriff’s detective obtained the warrant for Bieber’s account with the online photo-sharing site Instagram, searching for evidence to match his outfit with the surveillance footage. READ FULL STORY
Justin Bieber’s latest run-in with the law: detainment by U.S. Customs officers.
The Canadian pop star was held at a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol area of Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday after he landed in California from Tokyo. He was stopped for routine secondary questioning as a foreign national, his publicist confirmed to EW. Despite a petition to deport the 20 year-old from the U.S., he was not barred from entering the country. Reports say Bieber was held in the Tom Bradley International Terminal for nearly four hours before being released. He left with his entourage, which had been waiting for him. READ FULL STORY
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