Bieber handcuffed for drunk driving, resisting arrest

By Melissa Platero, CCNN Writer

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Justin Bieber in his Lamborghini before the crime.

19-year-old Justin Bieber has been out of control these past 6 months. So far, he’s abandoned his pet monkey in a foreign country, ordered his bodyguard goons to beat up a guy over a bowtie, was caught illegally sneaking into 21 and over bars, almost got kicked out of the US, was booed at the Billboard Music Awards, and was investigated for causing $20,000 in property damage after egging his neighbor’s house. That’s just a few of the low life highlights.

Well, looks like karma caught up to the Biebs, because he got arrested after being pulled over Thursday morning at 4am for drunk driving, resisting arrest, and driving without a valid license. How did the cops spot him? He was street racing in a yellow Lamborghini against Def Jam recording artist Khalil Sharieff’s red Ferrarri.

Considering how Paul Walker died in a sporty speedster, these hooligans are lucky they’re even still alive. Let’s not even mention the public danger that high-speed residential racing can cause. Apparently, the boys blocked traffic at 26th and Pine Tree Drive with two black SUVs to have their contest.

After Bieber cursed at the police and failed a sobriety test to see if he’d had too much to drink, he was arrested and booked into a Miami jail. The pop star soon ended up in an orange jail uniform while his attorney Roy Black represented him in a hearing with Judge Joseph Farina. According to Miami Beach Police Chief Raymond Martinez, Bieber even “made some statements that he had consumed some alcohol, and that he had been smoking marijuana and consumed some prescription medication.”

Wow, I guess money and fame doesn’t buy happiness. Looks like Bieber and Miley Cyrus are having a bad role model contest! Ellen DeGeneres said it best in her tweet on Thursday: “It’s hard to hear all this news about @JustinBieber. I hope he makes his way to adulthood without him or anyone else getting hurt.”

Featured image courtesy of Miami-Dade Corrections.