Justin Bieber Pulled Over By Cops

Justin Bieber was just let off with just a warning after cops pulled the 17-year-old over in his Batman Edition Cadillac. Yes, this kid has a Bat-illac CTS-V for a ride…

Bieber and his posse were cruising around L.A. Among the cars being driven was Bieber’s Bat-illac, Sean Kingston in a black Rolls Royce and some other guy in a Range Rover.

Justin Bieber apparently cut off a CHP officer and was pulled over along with the other two cars but as luck may have it, The officer let them off with a warning. I bet that Justin Bieber carries tickets to his shows just to get out of traffic infractions with officers. Look for this officers daughter at the next Justin Bieber show…

Just goes to show you, money and fame will get you what you want.

6 Comments

  1. Honestly, I don’t think it is a case of preferential treatment for celebs. I live in L.A; I got pulled over for one front headlight out, making an unsafe lane change and expired insurance (insurance company didn’t send me a new one, just expired by two months). I got away with just only having to show correction for the insurance and light; nothing for the lane change, no ticket. People over-exaggerate when they say only celebs get this kind of treatment; I get warnings all the time!

  2. Honestly, I don’t think it is a case of preferential treatment for celebs. I live in L.A; I got pulled over for one front headlight out, making an unsafe lane change and expired insurance (insurance company didn’t send me a new one, just expired by two months). I got away with just only having to show correction for the insurance and light; nothing for the lane change, no ticket. People over-exaggerate when they say only celebs get this kind of treatment; I get warnings all the time!

  3. Maybe, I need to post about Justin’s most recent run in with the cops. If you get warnings all the time that’s fine depending on what your violation is. Expired tags, no big deal in my opinion as well as headlights out and mildly bald tires. But, if you are getting warnings about speeding all the time, then you are putting everyone’s life in danger and the cop is not doing his job to keep you off the road. It is these violations that most celebrities are always involved in. Not expired tags…

  4. Maybe, I need to post about Justin’s most recent run in with the cops. If you get warnings all the time that’s fine depending on what your violation is. Expired tags, no big deal in my opinion as well as headlights out and mildly bald tires. But, if you are getting warnings about speeding all the time, then you are putting everyone’s life in danger and the cop is not doing his job to keep you off the road. It is these violations that most celebrities are always involved in. Not expired tags…

  5. True, I don’t recall Justin ever being pulled over for speeding though… The incident you are referring to is when he got pulled over for cutting off a chp officer; that was foolish but it was a one time thing. The most recent incident (December 14) was for the unsafe lane change.

    There was also another incident a few months ago in Miami but Justin didn’t do anything; the cops pulled him over cause they thought it was odd that a 12 year old was driving a Rolls (they thought he was 12). It was Sean Kingston’s car btw. I only know all this stuff because I had to write an article about Bieber… lol

  6. True, I don’t recall Justin ever being pulled over for speeding though… The incident you are referring to is when he got pulled over for cutting off a chp officer; that was foolish but it was a one time thing. The most recent incident (December 14) was for the unsafe lane change.

    There was also another incident a few months ago in Miami but Justin didn’t do anything; the cops pulled him over cause they thought it was odd that a 12 year old was driving a Rolls (they thought he was 12). It was Sean Kingston’s car btw. I only know all this stuff because I had to write an article about Bieber… lol

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