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Justin Beiber booked for assault on limo driver in Toronto

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Justin Bieber has courted trouble again. This time around, the Canadian pop star has been charged with assaulting a limousine driver in Toronto last month.

It may be recalled that a few days ago, he was arrested for a different incident in Florida and was booked for drunken driving.

According to a BBC report on January 30, Bieber surrendered at a Toronto police station, and while doing so he was mobbed by TV crews photographers and teenage fans.

The arrest comes following an incident where a limousine driver was struck on the back of his head.
It all happened after Justin Bieber and other five people hired a limo outside a nightclub on December 30 during the wee hours.

On the way, a quarrel ensued between the driver and one of the passengers, which ended in having the driver hit on the back of his head.

The driver immediately called the police, while the man who struck him escaped. The singer has now been charged with one count of assault and will appear in a Toronto court on March 10.

Meanwhile, Bieber’s lawyer has maintained that his client was innocent.


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