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Justin Bieber pulled over for using phone while driving
17 July 2017, 05:10 | Erica Roy
The "Sorry" singer was behind the wheel of a Mercedes G-Wagon in Beverly Hills when an officer spotted him using his device and pulled him over, with law enforcement sources telling TMZ he was then issued a citation for using his phone while driving.
No question or doubts about it, Justin Bieber has pretty much been on the straight and narrow since getting in some serious trouble with the law a few years ago.
And according to the media, TMZ, Saturday 15 July, the star has once again spent a few hours with the police. They haven't confirmed whether he was texting or calling.
Fines for this sort of incident cost $162 (£124) in Beverly Hills.
The fine for using your phone whilst driving in California is US$150. In January 2014 the singer was arrested in Miami Beach on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI), driving with an over six month expired license, and resisting arrest without violence. Without counting the times where he had also taken the road so that he had not drank as Champomy...
Later in 2014, Justin accepted a plea deal in a vandalism case - he'd damaged a neighbor's home when he repeatedly pelted it with eggs - that saw him pay $80,900 restitution.
In June 2015, he was found guilty of assault and careless driving in Ontario in his native Canada, stemming from an ancient in which his ATV collided with a minivan, CNN reported.
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