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Justin Bieber's DUI Arrest Court Appearance Video - Watch Now

Justin Bieber's DUI Arrest Court Appearance Video - Watch Now

Justin Bieber appears in court to set his bond amount for his arrest early Thursday morning (January 23) in Miami Beach, Fla.

The 19-year-old entertainer was arrested for DUI, resisting arrest, and driving on a suspended license after being pulled over for drag racing.

Justin‘s bail is set for $2,500, and he’s expected to post soon, TMZ reports. He has hired attorney Roy Black to represent him.

It is being reported that Justin admitted to drinking and drug use during the evening before his arrest.

Check out his court appearance video below.

Click inside to see Khalil Amir Sharieff‘s court appearance, the man who Justin was drag racing…

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# 1

Jared, why the hell do we need to see this?

# 2

What an idiot. Some people completely take for granted how lucky and fortunate they are, and then don’t want they whole world to “judge” them for their stupidity.

# 3

I know i will be alone on this but i really feel sorry for him so alone no actual guidance. no parental authority which he hasn’t had since he was 15 and sold to scooter. he is surrounded by people that only want his money and what he can bring to the table. lost all contact for one reason or another with his Canadian friends now they are trying to get his imagine more hard and trying to grab the infamous balloon since his other fame is fading so they keep there income and notoriety i wish someone would just step up and take care of whatever is left of him before its too late… now let the comments ensue on how he is a douche and a brat and deserves this and that

# 4

Sad how this kid has surrounded himself with such losers. He could be dead. Anyone see the pictures of how incapacitated he was, and to think he was behind the wheel of one of ‘his’ two cars involved. I wonder who those ‘attention seeking losers’ who were with Bieber last night are? I just checked out Daily Mail and they have some girl in a bikini posing and some other guy flashing his diamond watch. Good thing the cops were there.

# 5


# 6


To show everyone, how stupid kids can be these days. And that THIS is not some role model.

# 7

He’s a big boy already. He could think for himself. He knows right from wrong. What he did he knows is wrong. $2500 is pocket change for him. I see him having mannnyyyyy chances like Lindsay Lohan. Hopefully he doesn’t endanger himself or especially anyone else.

# 8

@chris: I understand that, but everyone…EVERYONE, not just Bieber… comes from their own specific set of circumstances. It think it’s equally unfair to keep making excuses for him because of his high profile. THAT’S what the pity is. I agree that he needs someone to step up and provide the guidance he clearly and desperately needs….before it’s too late and he messes up badly, in a way that he can easily fix with his high profile and money. I mean, THIS was a bit too much already. This is no joke. This was dangerous, life threatening stuff. Like Deborah says, good thing the cops were there.

# 9

I can’t belieb all of the celebs who are defending this little snot and his actions on twitter.

@chris: He has guidance, he just chooses not to listen. He thinks he’s in charge and is invincible.

@Tara: Celebs are actually defending him? Seriously?

Go back to Canada, you don’t belong here in the states!

They just posted a picture on twitter showing Justin Bieber leaving the Miami jail. He’s sticking his upper body out of the top of a sun roof and waving to photographers and fans. => Hope his parents get him to a therapist fast.

I guess that he’s not smiling anymore . This would have never happened where I live . Releasing a video of the court ? Never ! Even less when a celebrity is involved . I do believe they should stop promoting this .

Crazy how you guys can be so judgmental/stupid ” go back to canada” ? Really ?

He’s crying out for attention.

His parents signed his life over to his record label making him a prisoner the last 5 or 6 years. They basically sold their kid. Parents are supposed to take care of their kids not the other way around.

Now that he is trying to reintegrate back to society everyone is shocked he doesn’t know how to do that.

I feel sorry for him because he has no support of friends … real ones .. not the freeloading rappers, managers, and company appointed handlers.

What a selfish little punk. NOBODY should be behind the wheel in that condition.

Mylène - Montreal @ 01/23/2014 at 2:56 pm

@TRUTH: Noooo I’m come from Canada :p

@leah: and you’re actually defending a little boy that is a repeated offender that gets away with the law every time and believes that he is entitled to do whatever the eff he wants and is a very arrogant little kid at that? screw you, if this wasn’t a celebrity they would have been deported AGES ago.

@leah: nWhat in god’s name is judgmental about the phrase “going back to Canada?”

He needs to go to prison. He could have killed someone.

19 years old.

He was probably thinking “$2,500? I have it in my pocket.” Unbeliavable. Seriously, kid.. Get it together. Grow up.

Oh man, why do child stars all have to go through the same cliche route? 99% of them have serious issues when they hit adulthood. Scooter and Bieber’s mom seem to be really decent parental figures, but no one knows what it’s like to hit 18 and have a cool $100 million in your pocket and the world judging you.
I think it’s all about education. I hope he does quit music, at least for a while, gets therapy and gets some schooling done.

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