A photographer claims that two of Bieber's bodyguards try to take his camera's memory card and choke him.
Two people from Justin Bieber's security team are being investigated for alleged battery. According to TMZ, the alleged battery took place at The Hit Factory's parking lot in Miami, where the "Beauty and a Beat" hitmaker was playing skateboard.
The victim of the alleged battery, a photographer, saw him and began taking pictures. Two members of Bieber's security team later approached him. They reportedly removed his camera's memory card. The unidentified photographer also said that one of the bodyguards choked him. According to the site, the battery report is handed to State Attorney's office to be reviewed.
In other news, Bieber recently broke record of most-followed person on Twitter with 40 million followers. He celebrated the milestone with a picture of his old post in 2009, saying that he had 40 followers. "#40millionBeliebers - thank u. I love u. #grateful," he tweeted on June 4.
According to Mashable, the second most-followed account belongs to Lady GaGa with 37.9 million followers, while the third spot is taken by Katy Perry with 37.4 million followers. President Obama is in number four, collecting 32.2 million followers. Rihanna, who has 29.8 million followers, is in number five.
The site notes that the number of followers is important because it contributes to album promotion or other campaigns. Bieber's tweet about his recent single "Heartbreaker" reportedly pushed him to the 40 million mark.