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Poor Baby: Justin Bieber Gets Pulled Over in WeHo
Poor baby (baby, baby): Pop mega-star Justin Bieber has managed to get himself another traffic citation while behind the wheel of one of his sports cars.
Tuesday night, Bieber, 18, was pulled over and cited in West Hollywood for "making an unsafe left turn and having an expired registration," a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department spokesman told L.A. Now.
The last time Bieber was cited was when he was taking his Fisker Karma up to dangerous speeds while trying to evade the paparazzi on the Hollywood Freeway. Last night Bieber was pulled over in a white Ferrari on the 600 block of Hayworth Avenue.
The kid has nice cars, right? As the LASD spokesman suggests, maybe Bieber should focus more on the rules of the road and less on his hot wheels: "He was obviously enjoying his vehicle more than he was recognizing the laws." (SNAP!)
So is the Biebs distraught over his breakup with Selena Gomez? Or has he been taking driving pointers from retired actress Amanda Bynes? Either way, Bieber might want to brush up on his DMV manual the next time he takes himself for a ride.
An earlier version of this post incorrectly named the street as Hayward. It is Hayworth.
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