Justin Bieber Hits Photographer With Car Driving From Church

Justin Bieber Hits Photographer With Car Driving From Church

Justin Bieber Hits Photographer With Car Driving From Church

Justin Bieber injured a photographer after running into him with his auto as he left a church service in Beverly Hills on Wednesday night (26Jul17), it has been reported.

Justin spoke to police at the scene, and was not cited, with Beverly Hills Police confirming that no arrests were made and that they did not believe any criminal activity was involved.

Dowling revealed to CNN that a 57-year-old man was taken to a nearby hospital with minor injuries, but that no citations were issued. As Bieber was pulling out of a parking space in a black pickup truck (which he's modified with monster truck-sized tires), the front, right tire struck one of the photographers, causing him to fall to the ground. Another clip shows Bieber kneeling beside the injured man, offering to help.

Authorities responded to a radio call just before 9:30 p.m. local time about a auto accident involving the pop star and a 57-year-old pedestrian, Beverly Hills Police Sgt. Matthew Stout told USA TODAY.

Bieber has been spotted in the Los Angeles area after recently canceling the rest of his worldwide tour due to "unforeseen circumstances".

Police are investigating the incident and Bieber remained at the scene as paramedics arrived.

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The incident comes just days after the singer cancelled the rest of his objective tour.

Soon after the news broke on Monday, many news outlets reported that Bieber's motivation for cancelling his concerts came from his newfound calling to rededicate himself to religion.

Justin will be back and I know he looks forward to performing for you and with you all again.

The BBC has contacted the 23-year-old's team for comment. "He thanks his fans for the incredible experience of the Purpose World Tour over [the] last 18 months".

"He is a perfectionist and didn't want to disappoint fans with some half-a** performance".

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