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Justin Bieber Hospitalized for Wrist Injury After Arrest - Report

Justin Bieber Hospitalized for Wrist Injury After Arrest - Report

It looks like Justin Bieber made a visit to the Stratford General Hospital on Wednesday (September 3) in Ontario, Canada.

According to TMZ, the 20-year-old entertainer had to have his wrist checked out after he reportedly suffered a sprain.

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The week before, Justin was arrested after the ATV he was driving with girlfriend Selena Gomez crashed into a minivan driven by a paparazzo. It’s unclear at this time whether the two incidents are related.

In case you missed it, check out the statement released by Justin‘s lawyers.

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  • guest

    He was NOT hospitalized for a wrist injury, He went to the hospital to have the injury treated. There is a difference.

  • Go go

    Thats cause its always being slapped

  • rochelle

    Probably from beating off one of his homies.

  • american

    He behaves like a little kid

  • Derek

    He found some pics #Fappening

  • Jan

    He seems to act more immature with age. Sad that he can drive motorized vehicles and endanger the safety of others with them. He needs to be restricted to a tricycle.

  • Ivermom

    Can he just grow up already?! I wonder how proud his parents are now?

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