After being arrested on Jan. 23 in the early morning, Justin headed to court and didn’t look happy in court! Judge Joseph P. Farina set the bond at $2,500 at the Miami-Dade County Jailhouse.
Justin Bieber has had his first court case! After clubbing in Miami, Florida, he and rapper Kahlil got into Lamborghinis and went drag racing, while Justin’s team parked their SUVs on the road to create a barricade. When police arrived, they said he was “belligerent” and reeked of alcohol, before they arrested him.
Justin Bieber’s Court Case — Bond Set At $2,5000
Justin looked very upset in front of Miami-Dade County judge Joseph P. Farina. His bond was set at $2,500 — $1,000 for driving under the influence, $1,000 for resisting arrest without violence and $500 with driving with an expired drivers license from Georgia.
After Justin was dismissed, Kalil appeared in court, and his bond was set for $1,000 — for DUI only.
Both Kalil and Justin were in red jumpsuit-like outfits — more like hospital scrubs, as CNN put it.
Justin was spotted for the first time after the arrest being transferred from Miami Beach police headquarters to Miami-Dade County Jail. In the pics, he was wearing black leather shorts, a black hoodie and red sneakers. He was also handcuffed, being escorted by four officers.
Justin Bieber Was ‘Belligerent’ At Time Of Arrest
At a press conference after the arrest, Sgt. Bobby Hernandez of the Miami-Dade Police Department said that Justin admitted to drinking a beer, smoking marijuana and taking prescription pills before getting in the car.
He also stated that the 19-year-old was “using choice words” when he was under arrest.
The police report later showed that Justin was uncooperative and yelled at the police many times asking “What the f–k are you doing?”
We will continue to update you on the situation.
— Emily Longeretta
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