By Alan Duke
Justin Bieber was charged with drunken driving, resisting arrest and driving without a valid license after police saw the pop star street racing early Thursday morning, Miami Beach police said.
"What the f*** did I do? Why did you stop me?" Bieber asked the police officer who pulled him over just after 4 a.m., according to the arrest report.
Bieber, 19, was released from a Miami jail an hour after he made a brief appearance through a video link before a Miami judge, who set a "standard" $2,500 bond Thursday afternoon.
He strutted out of the jail dressed in black, with a baggy hoodie covering his head. His pants appeared to be baggy leather. Bieber briefly sat on top of a black Cadillac Escalade, where he waved to screaming fans, before he was chauffeured away.
At the bail hearing, the singer, dressed in an orange jail uniform, stood silently with his lips sometimes pursed as attorney Roy Black represented him in the hearing earlier.
Black told Judge Joseph Farina that he had been retained by Bieber's manager. He said his partner had been denied access to Bieber in jail before the hearing.
Bieber was booked into a Miami jail after failing a sobriety test, Miami Beach Police Chief Raymond Martinez told reporters Thursday.
Bieber "made some statements that he had consumed some alcohol, and that he had been smoking marijuana and consumed some prescription medication," Martinez said.
A Miami Beach officer saw Bieber driving a yellow Lamborghini in a race against a red Ferrari in a residential area of Miami Beach, Martinez said. The cars were speeding at about 55 to 60 mph in a 30 mph zone, he said.
Police report details Bieber arrest
The officer pulled Bieber's car over, but the singer was "was not cooperating with the officer's instructions," Martinez said.
"At first, he was a little belligerent, using some choice words questioning why he was being stopped and why the officer was even questioning him," he said.
He allegedly ignored a police officer's request to keep his hands on the car while he did "a cursory patdown for weapons," the report said.
"I ain't got no f***ing weapons," the arresting officer quoted Bieber as saying. "Why do you have to search me? What the f*** is this about?"
The arrest report describes Bieber as having a "flushed face, bloodshot eyes, and the odor of alcohol on his breath."
Bieber failed a field sobriety test, Miami Beach Police Sgt. Bobby Hernandez told CNN.
Two black SUVs blocked the traffic at 26th and Pine Tree Drive, which "facilitated an open road" for the two cars to race on Pine Tree, the report said.
The Ferrari's driver, identified as 19-year-old Def Jam recording artist Khalil Sharieff, was also arrested on a drunken driving charge, police said.
Sharieff posted a photo on his Instagram account of Bieber in the yellow Lamborghini with a woman behind the wheel early Thursday. "U know bizzle brought that lambo out," he wrote in the caption.
Another posting showed a photo of a Ferrari steering wheel with the caption: "Miami nights ridin thru yo city in that hot wheel."
A tweet posted Wednesday evening on Sharieff's verfied Twitter account linked to a video of him playing basketball with Bieber.
Bieber flew to Miami on Monday.
Another police department in the Miami area is investigating a report that some of its officers escorted Bieber's caravan between Miami strip clubs this week without authorization.
Opa-Locka Assistant City Manager David Chiverton toldCNN affiliate WSVN-TV that "at some point, the escort took them at least to two locations that we know of."
"The police administration had no knowledge of this escort, and it is not the norm for those things to occur without the chief and his administration authorizing such escorts," Chiverton told the TV station.
Thursday's incident marks the first time the teen singer has been arrested, although he is under investigation on allegations of egging his California neighbor's home.
Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies used a felony search warrant last week to raid Bieber's mansion in the felony vandalism investigation. They seized Bieber's iPhone and the security camera system, which detectives have been examining for clues about who tossed eggs over a fence that splattered onto the next-door house, causing an estimated $20,000 in damage.
Bieber is having some issues
Deputies have also investigated reports by Bieber's neighbors that he raced his expensive sports car down the streets of the exclusive Oaks community of Calabasas, California, but no charges ever resulted.
One neighbor accused Bieber of spitting in his face during a heated confrontation last March. Deputies have responded to complaints about loud parties at Bieber's place.
The Los Angeles County district attorney's office concluded it couldn't prove the spitting or speeding cases in court, so it declined to prosecute.
Prosecutors also rejected a misdemeanor battery complaint from a photographer who accused Bieber of attacking him in the parking lot of a Calabasas shopping center as he was taking photos of Bieber and his then-girlfriend, Selena Gomez, in May 2012.
"We didn't do this search warrant to send a message," Sheriff's Lt. David Thompson said last week. "That's not what we do, but we hope maybe that understanding the gravity of this will change some of the behavior."
By Senta Scarborough and Michelle Falls
On June 16, the Biebs hit Las Vegas Indoor Skydiving with his crew—including a Las Vegas waitress named Jordan Ozuna. And as you can see from these exclusive photos, Jordan is most definitely not just one of the guys!
The blond came into the facility with Justin. "In the waiting room area, she was sitting on his lap and they were kissing," says a source. "Little pecks and kisses."
"Right before the flight, in a second waiting room area, he laid down on her left side, and he had his head between her legs and had his cap half-covering his face," adds the insider. "She was caressing him on the head and shoulders."
Once this girl and Justin were all suited up in their flight gear, she took a seat on his lap while they waited to defy gravity. Then, a witness says Justin "was occasionally putting his hands around her waist, [giving her] a couple quick kisses" as they got their helmets. "He was definitely into her, and she was into him, as I could tell," adds the insider.
It was reportedly when the rest of J.B.'s crew—including some security members and pal Lil Czar—started flying, "that they got the coziest." Meaning? "He had his head resting in her lap [and she was] petting his head."
So even though a source tells E! News Justin didn't end up paying for his indoor skydiving experience (and is thus the founding member of the center's "No Fly Zone" and banned for life), it seems like he had a pretty good day with this new potential love interest.
NFL Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson says he's personally witnessed Justin Bieber racing his Ferrari around the streets of Calabasas ... and tells TMZ he's worried the singer could seriously hurt someone if he doesn't slow his ass down.
We spoke to Dickerson -- who's lived in Calabsas for years -- and the NFL legend tells us he doesn't blame Keyshawn Johnson for confronting the singer yesterday.
"I've seen [Justin] driving fast around Calabasas before in the Ferrari," Dickerson says ... "It's just not safe."
Dickerson says he owns two Ferraris and understands how dangerous the car can be if an irresponsible person happens to be in the driver's seat.
"I used to drive fast," Dickerson admits ... "but that was on the freeway ... and even that wasn't safe."
As for Keyshawn's decision to follow Bieber to his home, Dickerson says -- "I don't blame Keyshawn, he's got kids ... I don't blame him for trying to get [Justin's] attention."
"I would've been the same way ... when you're a father it takes on a whole new meaning. Plus, we got that football mentality."
Still no word from Bieber's camp.
BY TONY MARKOVICH | MAY 7, 2013 | 5:38 PM | PERMALINK
Everybody in the pop world is up in arms lately, due to Justin Bieber acting like a bit of a wanker. He's been caught acting out against photographers and neighbors, seemingly nothing is going right in his relationship with Selena Gomez lately, and he can't stay out of trouble with the police, thanks to having some not-so-legal fun in his rides. My question to everybody's reactions is ... why?
Why is everybody so shocked by this? He's a 19-year-old kid who has basically been pumped up as one of the greatest entertainers of all time and has more money than anybody could fathom. Not to mention, he could seduce women by blowing his nose and farting at the same time.
His most recent "news-worthy" incident came on a trip to Dubai. A mob of parents are angry, after he was late to two shows in a row on school nights, leaving many people suffering from heat exhaustion and causing many to leave due to time restraints. As if that situation weren't complicated enough, he was reportedly caught on six different cameras for speeding in a borrowed Lamborghini Aventador. There are a ton of conflicting reports right now, but some are speculating that the cops want to talk to the Biebs. Others just say he'll be fined.
Like we said, the confidence on this kid has to be at immense levels, and in a car that gets to 62 mph in 2.9 seconds and has a top speed of 217 mph, there's really nothing surprising about hearing him reportedly nearing 150. Is it dangerous? Absolutely, but we can't exactly say that we wouldn't be testing cars out like he has been, if we were in his situation.
By BDC News
Police spokesman Lars Bystrom said, "a small amount of drugs and a stun gun were found when officers raided the empty bus parked under the Globen concert venue in Stockholm," where the singer was performing on Wednesday.
He declined to identify the drug, saying it had been "sent to a laboratory for an analysis".
No-one has been arrested.
Police acted after smelling marijuana coming from inside the bus when it was parked outside the hotel where the singer was staying.
The drug squad was alerted and searched the bus after it carried a group of people to the concert venue.
Police say there are no suspects, and won't be taking the matter any further.
Bieber is in Stockholm on the European leg of his Believe world tour.
When he was in London in March the Canadian singer caused controversy when he was late on stage for a concert at the 02 arena.
A few days later he made headlines again when he confronted photographers outside his central London hotel.
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