Justin Bieber’s name is attached to yet another traffic violation that he was not involved in.
Following the shocking paparazzo pursuit that ended in a fatality last month, one of the 18-year-old crooner’s cars was stopped by police in the wee hours on Friday morning.
Again, it was his white Ferrari… According to E! News, cops pulled over the sports car around 12:30 a.m. on Sunset Boulevard. The driver was allegedly driving without a license.
Witnesses on the scene say that an unidentified man was behind the wheel, and a woman was in the passenger seat. Both occupants, along with the vehicle, were picked up by passengers of an SUV, assumed to be from Justin's team.
This, of course, is only one in a series of occurrences in the last year alone that should easily convince you to NEVER borrow a car from Bieber:
January 2, 2013: A paparazzi was struck while crossing oncoming traffic on the 405 freeway. He was returning to his car after photographing the same Ferrari. Bieber was not driving.
November 19, 2012: Bieber—this time he was driving—holds up traffic at one of the busiest intersections in West L.A. He was again being tailed by the paps. He felt the need to hold up everyone else’s day to exchange yo’ mama jokes with the photogs.
November 14, 2012: Cops pull over the Biebs for “an unsafe left and expired registration.” He drove away with two citations—chump change.
October 3, 2012: Justin’s chrome Fisker Karma was towed away during a Los Angeles performance at the Staples Center. He was parked at a nearby hotel in a 15-minute spot for six hours… Apparently, when you’re as famous as Justin, minor things like a concept of time are way too trivial to bother with.
September 25, 2012: Rapper friend Sean Kingston borrowed JB’s Fisker for a trip to BOA Steakhouse with a date. Except, trying to impress the lovely lady, he told reporters that Justin gifted the sick ride to him. Later, he confessed the truth… This has Ashton Kutcher rom-com written all over it.
August 31, 2012: Two paps crash into each other while pursuing Justin. Luckily, no one was hurt this time.
July 6, 2012: Justin was involved in a high-speed chase on the 101 Freeway in Los Angeles. Speeds got as fast as 90 mph. No one was hurt, but the photographer, Paul Raef, was charged with breaking the anti-paparazzi law. In retrospect, it served as a scary omen for the Jan. 2013 paparazzo death.