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Wednesday, January 29, 2014

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Justin Bieber surrenders on assault charge in Toronto

Justin Bieber was led by police through a crowd of reporters and fans

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Canadian pop star Justin Bieber has surrendered to Toronto police to face charges he assaulted a limousine driver in December.
Mr Bieber, 19, was greeted at the station by a frenzy of television crews, news photographers - and screaming teenage fans.

He was booked less than a week after he was arrested in Florida and accused of drink-driving and other charges.

His management team have not responded to requests for comment.

On the evening of the alleged incident in Toronto, the Ontario-born pop star attended a Maple Leafs hockey game, Canadian broadcaster CBC reported.

Police officials say Mr Bieber will appear in court at a later date.

Also on Wednesday, a petition requesting Mr Bieber's expulsion from the US that was filed on a White House website by a member of the public gained 100,000 signatures.

The US president has no power to order an individual's deportation, and it is unclear whether the White House would respond to the petition.

In the early morning hours on Thursday, Mr Bieber was arrested in Miami Beach after a police officer pulled him over on suspicion he was racing a hired yellow Lamborghini on a public street.

Police estimated he and a member of his entourage who was also arrested were driving at 55mph (88.5km/h) in a 30mph zone flanked by apartment buildings, a school, a youth centre and a golf course.

Suspecting he was intoxicated, the officer arrested him. Mr Bieber was also charged with resisting arrest and driving on an expired licence.

After appearing in front of a Florida judge last week via teleconference, while wearing orange jail clothing and with his hands clasped in front of him, Mr Bieber posted bail of $2,500 (£1,500).
Mr Bieber waved to fans as he left jail.

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