Justin Bieber’s Paparazzi Car Chase Ends in Auto Accident

It seems like Justin Bieber is getting hotter and hotter within the eyes of his paparazzi to the point that he always gets into trouble by engaging in high speed car chases.

Last Friday, Bieber was again spotted in his tinted Fisker Karma by several paparazzi while hitting Ventura Boulevard in California until he was aggressively pursued by five vehicles. Fortunately for Bieber, as he was making his way out of his paparazzo’s sight, a police officer happened to pass by and thereby noticed a Nissan driving recklessly after Bieber’s vehicle.

Reports said that the cop made a prompt decision when it pulled over Bieber’s vehicle, thinking that the vehicle following the 18-year old singer would most likely stop, and he was right.

The cop found out that the Fisker Karma was driven by one of Bieber’s security member with the singer inside and as the cop was talking to Bieber, two of the paparazzo’s vehicles lost control and hit each other.

Incidentally, it was not the first time that Bieber got into such trouble. Last July, he was also involved in a wild paparazzi chase in Los Angeles. Allegedly, just before a cop pulled him over, he already called 911 to report five paparazzi recklessly following him on a wild chase. The said statement was backed by a witness.

Accordingly, Los Angeles City Councilman Dennis Zine likewise called 911 and reported that Bieber’s car was being chased by five to six other vehicles.

Now, due to another high-speed car chase initiated by paparazzo, a Los Angeles motorcycle attorney speculated that regulators will strengthen the new anti-paparazzi law that was signed into law in 2010 by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, who is a target of paparazzo as well.

Bieber was not the only celebrity who often gets into wild paparazzi chase. However, what makes him different from the other high profile personalities and closer to trouble is that his Fisker Karma is obviously a one in a million high-end car in California, which is why he is naturally a paparazzo-magnet.


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