Justin Bieber Busted Yet Again for Assault and Dangerous Driving | Fanboys Anonymous

Justin Bieber Busted Yet Again for Assault and Dangerous Driving

Posted by Unknown Wednesday, September 3, 2014
In the latest in a long line of missteps and stupidity, Justin Bieber has had another run-in with the law. This kid can't seem to keep it together. Over the last several years, Bieber has had a number of problems with authorities, including DUI, vandalism, assault, and multiple occasions, of all of these. The list continues to grow as time goes on and, I hope he straightens up before he kills someone.

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Just a couple days ago on September 1st, Bieber was arrested again, this time for assault and dangerous driving. This happened near his hometown in Stratford, Ontario after a collision occurred between Justin's ATV monster and a minivan on August 29th. What a bummer.

When the two vehicles ran into each other, Bieber then got out of his car and attacked the other person, who remains unnamed. Bieber's reps state the singer was being hounded by paparazzi and the incident was their fault and their fault alone. This is a typical attempt by his people to make it appear like the 20-year-old crooner is not to blame for his actions. They have been singing the same song for a long time; in fact, every single time this young man gets into trouble they spout off this nonsense.

Listen, I have nothing against this kid personally, I've never met him, but it's time to call a spade a spade and time for Bieber to man up and take responsibility for his actions. This kind of thing has happened far too often and, it's only a matter a time before he or someone else gets seriously injured. Or maybe dead.

So should Bieber grow up or was this "accident" the fault of the paparazzi that hound him? Sound off below.

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