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Police charge Justin Bieber with assault

Canadian police charged pop star Justin Bieber on Wednesday with the December assault of a limousine driver, shortly after the 19-year-old had turned himself in. The young heartthrob will go before court on March 10, Toronto police said in a statement that came out just over two hours after he had handed himself in, amid chaotic scenes.

Police charge Justin Bieber with assault

Canadian police charged pop star Justin Bieber on Wednesday with the December assault of a limousine driver, shortly after the 19-year-old had turned himself in. The young heartthrob will go before court on March 10, Toronto police said in a statement that came out just over two hours after he had handed himself in, amid chaotic scenes.

Toronto police charge Justin Bieber with assault

Toronto police said Wednesday they charged Canadian pop star Justin Bieber with the December assault of a limousine driver. The 19-year-old is scheduled to appear in court on March 10, police said in a statement that came out shortly after Bieber had turned himself in. pst/oh

Toronto police charge Justin Bieber with assault

Toronto police said Wednesday they charged Canadian pop star Justin Bieber with the December assault of a limousine driver. The 19-year-old is scheduled to appear in court on March 10, police said in a statement that came out shortly after Bieber had turned himself in. pst/oh

White House will have to answer petition's call for Justin Bieber deportation

WASHINGTON - It looks like another major political hot potato has just landed on President Barack Obama's desk: what to do about Justin Bieber. That's because a petition on the White House website about the controversy-prone Canadian pop star has crossed the crucial threshold of 100,000 signatures, compelling the White House to craft a formal reply. The petition topic is: "Deport Justin Bieber and revoke his green card."

Justin Bieber turns himself in to Toronto police

Pop star Justin Bieber arrived at a Canadian police station Wednesday, reportedly in connection with the alleged assault of a limousine driver in December. In images broadcast on television, the singer was seen entering the station in Toronto escorted by officers through a crowd of screaming fans. CTV television said Bieber had been to the city on December 29 and was returning from a Toronto Maple Leafs hockey game when police were called to intervene in an altercation with the driver of a limousine he had ridden with his entourage.

White House weighs petition to deport Justin Bieber

As if Barack Obama didn't have enough problems to deal with already, his administration now is being asked to weigh in on the grave matter of Justin Bieber's bad behavior. By midday Wednesday (1700 GMT), a petition on the White House website calling for the deportation of the Canadian-born teen idol had garnered 103,000 names -- easily surpassing the threshold of 100,000 signatures required for presidential consideration.

White House weighs petition to deport Justin Bieber

As if Barack Obama didn't have enough problems to deal with already, his administration now is being asked to weigh in on the grave matter of Justin Bieber's bad behavior. By midday Wednesday (1700 GMT), a petition on the White House website calling for the deportation of the Canadian-born teen idol had garnered 103,000 names -- easily surpassing the threshold of 100,000 signatures required for presidential consideration.

White House will have to answer petition's call for Justin Bieber deportation

WASHINGTON - It looks like another major political hot potato has just landed on President Barack Obama's desk: what to do about Justin Bieber. That's because a petition on the White House website about the controversy-prone Canadian pop star has just crossed the crucial threshold of 100,000 signatures. Once it reaches that total, the White House is compelled to offer a reply. The petition topic is: "Deport Justin Bieber back to Canada and revoke his green card."

Justin Bieber's arraignment set in drunken driving case

(Reuters) - Teen pop star Justin Bieber will be arraigned next month in Miami, following his arrest last week on a charge of drunken driving when he was caught drag racing in a rented Lamborghini, according to court records published on Tuesday. Bieber, 19, will be arraigned on February 14 on the driving under the influence charge, as well as charges of driving on an expired license and resisting arrest without violence. The pop star is not expected to appear at the Valentine's Day arraignment.
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