Justin Bieber accidentally strikes photographer with his pickup, police say

Justin Bieber accidentally strikes photographer with his pickup, police say

Justin Bieber accidentally strikes photographer with his pickup, police say

Pop star Justin Bieber reportedly hit a member of the paparazzi with his pickup truck late Wednesday in Beverly Hills, California.

Justin Bieber was driving the vehicle that hit a pedestrian outside the Saban Theater in Beverly Hills, local police have confirmed. Video shows Bieber trying to leave the event as photographers surrounded his auto and one was hit in the legs as Bieber's truck accelerated.

When officers arrived, a 57-year-old man was injured at the scene, Stout said. He doesn't appear to have been arrested (according to onlookers), and the pap was taken to hospital via ambulance for "non-life-threatening injuries to one of his lower extremities". The incident took place outside Hillsong Chuch in Beverly Hills as eyewitnesses claimed that the Sorry hitmaker was behind the wheels.

The video then shows Bieber attempting to help the photographer. Bieber "fully cooperated" with police and was released after the investigation. Police told Mirror Online that Bieber has not been arrested.

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He said at the time: "Everything's fine". However, Bieber denied the claims when asked by TMZ, saying "I've been on tour for two years". "He is a perfectionist and didn't want to disappoint fans with some half-ass performance".

Bieber's latest traffic mishap comes as he pulled the plug on his global goal tour. He is grateful and honoured to have shared that experience with his cast and crew for over 150 successful shows across six continents during this run.

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