The 'Sorry' hitmaker gets a citation for using his cell phone while driving his car in Los Angeles.
Justin Bieber was stopped by a police officer on Saturday, July 15 in Beverly Hills, California. The 23-year-old Canadian singer/songwriter was reportedly pulled over for using his cell phone while driving a black Mercedes G-Wagon.
The "Sorry" hitmaker got a citation. According to TMZ, he was "calm and cooperative," accepting his ticket from the cop without making any fuss. He could pay up to $162 for using a cell phone while operating a motor vehicle.
Justin Bieber is currently on a break after wrapping up the European leg of his Purpose world tour. He has just returned to the States after a trip to Australia. He will resume his tour on July 29 with the second North American leg and then continue with several concert dates in Asia.