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Old 05-28-2013, 15:11   #1 (permalink)
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Justin Bieber in trouble again!

Young kid with too much money , getting in trouble world wide , might learn the hard way .

JUSTIN Bieber is in trouble with the law again after being reported to the police for reckless driving.

The wayward teenager was allegedly visited by cops at his home on Sunday after his neighbours in Calabasas put in calls to them about him speeding around the residential area.

According to US gossip site TMZ LA County Sheriff spokesman Steve Whitmore told them that they had received two calls about him tearing around the housing area in his Ferrari at a "startling high rate of speed."

To top it off it's claimed that there was at least one child out playing in the area at the time of the alleged incident.

The case is reportedly going to be put before the LA County District Attorney to see if further action will be taken against the troubled singer.

Justin has already been in trouble for driving dangerously earlier this month when he allegedly set off six speed cameras in one day.
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