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Here's a Video of Justin Bieber Getting Arrested in South Beach

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Uh, so unless you're down in your bomb shelter or something, you probably know Justin Bieber got busted this morning for drag racing in Miami Beach. The tween baller was allegedly running and gunning his yellow sports car in a residential part of the beach. Well, here's a video allegedly taken by a car of screaming girls trailing the Beibs as he got pinched. View it.

See also: Justin Bieber to Arresting Officer: "What The Fuck Did I Do?"

Send your story tips to the author, Kyle Swenson.



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