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Justin Bieber Surrenders to Toronto Police Over Alleged Assault

| by Michael Allen

Justin Bieber surrendered to police in Toronto, Canada today for allegedly assaulting a limo driver last year.

According to CBC.ca, Bieber walked into the police station, even though Toronto Police tweeted earlier today they "cannot confirm information in media about Justin Bieber."

The limousine driver claimed someone in Bieber’s entourage attacked him on Dec. 29, 2013, but it was not clear whether or not Bieber was part of the assault.

Bieber was arrested on Jan. 23 in Miami Beach (pictured) for allegedly driving under the influence, drag racing and resisting arrest. A few weeks earlier, his home was raided by police after he allegedly egged his neighbor’s house in Calabasas, Calif.

If that wasn't enough, a White House website petition to get the Canadian singer deported from the US has passed 100,000 signatures, which means there will be an official response from the Obama administration, noted RawStory.com.

Sources: RawStory.com, Twitter, CBC.ca