Justin Bieber Mobbed At Police Station As Legal Woes Mount

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January 29, 2014 | 9:12pm EST

Justin Bieber had to wade through an army of devoted fans to turn himself in to police in his native Canada on Wednesday.
The embattled pop superstar was reportedly booked for an alleged assault on a Toronto limousine driver last year.
A police official confirmed reports last month that detectives were investigating allegations that a member of Bieber’s entourage assaulted the driver as he escorted the singer and his entourage from an ice hockey game, although it was not clear if Bieber was involved in the alleged altercation.
Local reports suggest the 19 year old will be processed and released later this evening.
Fans, reporters and paparazzi braved freezing temperatures to await Bieber’s arrival at the police station just hours after his return from a working vacation in Panama.
Wearing a trademark baseball cap on backwards and a black winter coat, Bieber was mobbed as he stepped out of his black SUV.
Wednesday was full of legal woes for the Baby singer – earlier in the day he pleaded not guilty in writing to DUI, resisting arrest and driving on an expired license charges in connection to an arrest in Miami, Florida last week.
He is scheduled to make a court appearance on 14 February to formally answer the charges. If convicted, he faces up to six months behind bars.
And his legal problems don’t end there – the superstar is still under investigation for felony vandalism in Los Angeles County after allegedly hurling eggs at a neighbour’s home in Calabasas, California. He is also being sued for assault and battery by a paparazzo, who claims he was attacked by Bieber last year.
Meanwhile, Bieber critics in America who launched a petition to have the young star deported have reached their goal of 100,000 signatures in less than a week. By law, White House officials must now take the petition seriously, although it is unlikely that the singer will be stripped of his green card and visa because federal law dictates that such action can only be taken if an individual is convicted of a violent crime.