Crime

Justin Bieber Arrested for DUI, Drag Racing, Resisting Arrest (Mug Shot)

| by Michael Allen

Pop singer Justin Bieber was arrested in Miami Beach, Fla. for allegedly driving drunk, resisting arrest and drag racing early this morning.

According to The Smoking Gun, police claim that Bieber was stoned on beer, marijuana and prescription anti-depressants.

After being pulled over in a rented 2013 Lamborghini Gallardo, Bieber cursed at law enforcement officers, notes a police report.

“Why the f--- are you doing this? What the f--- did I do? Why did you stop me?” Bieber is quoted as saying to cops.

When a police officer did a pat-down of Bieber, the singer was reportedly uncooperative, kept placing his hands in his pockets and turning around to confront the police officer.

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Police say the 19-year-old Canadian stated: “I ain’t got no f------ weapons, why do you have to search me? What the f--- is this about?”

Bieber reportedly refused to keep his hands on the Lamborghini, so the police officer arrested him.

Bieber then reportedly replied, “What the f--- are you doing?”

During a ride to the Miami Beach Police Department, Bieber denied being drunk and told police that "he was coming back from recording music at a studio.”

Miami Beach Police Chief Raymond Martinez told the Miami Herald that Bieber failed sobriety tests at the scene of his arrest.

An unidentified police source claims that Bieber admitted he had been smoking marijuana, taking prescription anti-depressants and drinking a few beers.

Bieber was allegedly drag racing with rapper Khalil Sharief, who was also arrested on a DUI charge.

The Miami Herald reports that Bieber's entourage used their cars to block traffic to create a drag strip for the wealthy singer.

“It was a cold night, and it was quiet, so the officers could hear the cars,” Chief Martinez told the Miami Herald. “When the cars are going that fast, it takes a while to catch up.”

Sources: The Smoking Gun and Miami Herald