Justin Bieber Cited For Speeding Out Of Parking Lot? (VIDEO)

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Justin Bieber Cited Speeding 2015

By Shari Weiss


Justin Bieber Cited Speeding 2015


Justin Bieber was pulled over and seemingly cited by a police officer in Los Angeles on Friday. Watch below.

The superstar was at The Grove, a popular outdoor shopping center. He was filmed picking up a blue Ferrari from the valet, and even bantered with the paparazzi about his luxury ride. When he pulled away, however, he revved the engine, waited for traffic to pass, and then apparently tore out of the parking lot.

Bieber was then stopped by a cop. It’s not clear what transpired, but it looked as if he possibly received a citation for speeding. The singer, of course, is no stranger to such incidents.

Bieber was infamously arrested in January 2014 for allegedly drag racing in Miami. He ultimately pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention as part of a plea deal. He was also ticketed for speeding in 2012, and accused of reckless driving for speeding through a gated neighborhood in 2013.

Much more recently, Bieber was busted for speeding before the MTV Video Music Awards this past August, as Gossip Cop reported at the time. Earlier Friday, the star posted an Instagram photo of himself behind the wheel of the Ferrari (see above). “They don’t want us to have breakfast lmao,” he captioned the shot. Video of Bieber leaving The Grove can be seen below.

UPDATE: Bieber was reportedly busted for making an illegal left turn. While he has not specifically addressed the traffic stop, he did post the below photo of the Ferrari with the caption, “Honestly im not trying to show off!! I am so proud and grateful of the things that I have been blessed with and don’t take it for granted. I feel so blessed that I STILL get excited and ask my friends to take a picture of me with it.. Never think I’m trying to throw it in your face!!”

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