Footage of an obstructive and disrespectful Justin Bieber has emerged of the singer being interviewed by a lawyer over an impending lawsuit.
Police in Atlanta have arrested and charged a 23-year old woman found sleeping at a home rented by Justin Bieber.
US police have released a video of Justin Bieber providing a urine sample after he was charged with driving under the influence.
Madame Tussauds New York has reportedly retired its waxwork of pop sensation Justin Bieber, saying it "no longer does justice to the star" after unexpected wear and tear.
The wax figure was removed after persistent attention from fans caused excess damage, despite regular maintenance, said the New York Post.
Bret Pidgeon, general manager at Madame Tussauds, said: "This is disappointing, but hopefully we can welcome a new ‘grown-up’ Justin back to the attraction in the near future."
Candian singer Justin Bieber's plane is being searched for marijuana, NBC News reports:
Justin Bieber's plane being held in N.J. and searched for marijuana, police sources say
Toxicology tests released yesterday by police in Miami showed that Bieber, 19, tested positive for the drug when he was arrested on DUI charges earlier this month.
Yesterday he was also charged with assaulting a limousine driver in Toronto in December.
Justin Bieber tested positive for marijuana and the anti-anxiety drug Xanax following his arrest in Florida last week, a preliminary toxicology report showed.
The tests showed no presence of other illicit substances, the Associated Press reported.
The 19-year-old Canadian singer was held last week on charges of driving under the influence, resisting arrest and having an expired driving license.
Bieber has pleaded not guilty but did tell police last week that he had been smoking marijuana and had taken a prescription drug.
A petition calling for troubled pop singer Justin Bieber to be deported has gained more than 177,000 signatures forcing the White House to consider the request.
The White House is obliged to respond to petitions which have gathered more than 100,000 signatures within 30 days.
Around 177,784 supporters have now signed the appeal which describes the 19-year-old as "dangerous, reckless and destructive".
The petition was created in the wake of Bieber's arrest for drink-driving in Miami last week.
Bieber has been hit with a string of legal troubles and was charged with assaulting a limousine driver in Toronto yesterday.
A rival petition calling for Bieber to remain in the USA has so far only gathered 2,500 signatures.
Bieber has perhaps overtaken British journalist and chat show host Piers Morgan as the most unpopular person living in America, after around 109,000 supporters signed a similar petition calling for the journalist's deportation last year.
Canadian police charged pop singer Justin Bieber with assaulting a limousine driver in Toronto in December, the latest in a string legal troubles for the young pop star.
Toronto police said in a statement Bieber allegedly struck the limousine driver on the back of the head several times during an altercation. The charges have not been proven in court and representatives for Bieber, 19, could not immediately be reached for comment.
Toronto police said he is set to appear in court on March 10.
Canadian pop star Justin Bieber arrived in Toronto to face a charge in connection to an alleged assault involving a limousine driver in late December, according to reports.
Canadian pop star Justin Bieber was mobbed by screaming fans and journalists as he entered a Toronto police station on following reports he will be charged with assault over an incident in the city in December.
Bieber arrived in a black SUV and was escorted into the police station by bodyguards and police officers as both photographers and fans tried to push their way in for a closer look.
More than 100,000 Americans have signed an online petition asking for the singer Justin Bieber to be deported to Canada.
It follows a string of controversies and his arrest last week in Miami on suspicion of driving under the influence and resisting arrest.
The petition, posted on the White House website, calls for the singer's green card to be revoked as "we are being wrongly represented in the world of pop culture".
It adds that Bieber is "dangerous" and a "terrible influence on our nations youth".
Teenage pop idol Justin Bieber could be spending Valentine's Day in court after a judge said the next stage of his case would be heard on Friday February 14th.
The hearing at a Florida court is expected to see prosecutors formally file charges after his arrest last week.
Bieber is also expected to enter a plea, but this may be done by his lawyer and the singer might not be required to attend.
The troubled singer appeared in court last week via video link on charges of driving with an expired licence, driving under the influence and resisting arrest before his bail was set at 2,500 US dollars (£1,500).
The 19-year-old, famed for hits such as Boyfriend and Beauty And A Beat, was arrested after police saw two cars racing through the streets at double the speed limit.
Justin Bieber has reportedly flown to Panama after pictures appearing to show him on a beach were widely published.
It follows the US singer's arrest in Miami on suspicion of driving under the influence of drink or drugs and resisting arrest.
He was released from police custody on Thursday.