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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.
Justin Bieber has thanked his fans for their support following his arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence of drink or drugs and resisting arrest in Miami.
YOU ARE ALL WORTHY NO MATTER WHAT ANYONE SAYS >> BE STRONG GOD IS WITH US ALL> MY BELIEBERS CHANGED MY LIFE> I WILL FOREVER BE GRATEFUL
An eight-year-old 'Belieber' left heartbroken by the pop star's arrest in Miami has penned a touching open letter to her idol, asking "Why did you do it?"
The fan, who signed her letter as 'Serafina, Age 8, Ohio', opened her note by telling the singer she was "very disappointed", adding that she loved "most" of his songs.
Addressing his alleged drag racing exploits, she asked: "Didn't you know it was a bad thing to do?"
Serafina has been a fan of the "Boyfriend" singer since she was three, her mother told Fox News, which printed a copy of the hand-written note.
Ending the letter, Serafina told the 19-year-old star: "I think you should be disappointed in yourself. Just take a minute to think about what you did."
Lady Gaga has urged her fans to offer support to Justin Bieber and his fans or "Beliebers" following his arrest and charges for drunk driving.
Gaga posted a message on her website asking fans to "spread love and compassion to Beliebers" and suggested twitter users tweet using #MonstersSupportBeliebers.
"We may not understand everything celebrities do because there's only so much we see, but Justin and Beliebers were 'born this way' too," she added
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Representatives for Justin Bieber and his mother, Pattie Mallette, said they had no comment about his arrest.
The singer himself made no comment when he appeared at his brief bail hearing on Thursday afternoon via video from the jail where he was being held.
Bieber was represented in the hearing by high-powered criminal defense attorney Roy Black, who also has represented radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh, actor Kelsey Grammer and Kennedy family member William Kennedy Smith.
"This hopefully will proceed as any other case," Black said after the hearing.
Justin Bieber waved to the cameras from the sunroof of his SUV after being released from jail on $2,500 (£1,500) bail.
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