TRENDING NEWS

Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez’s Ex Boyfriend, Suspected Of Attempted Robbery – More Legal Trouble in 2014

More legal trouble for Justin Bieber underway! The "One Time" singer has now been accused of attempted robbery and is being investigated by the LAPD.

Biebs and his camp were at Sherman Oaks Castle Park playing miniature golf when an altercation with a group of guys erupted. One onlooker from San Fernando Valley went for her phone to take pictures, ticking off the young star, who demanded she hand it over.

When the woman refused, Bieber allegedly went into her purse and took it. She fought him to get her phone back but he ripped it out of her hands, according to TMZ. Eventually he gave it back for her to unlock and prove there were no photos.

The woman explained to the "Boyfriend" crooner that she and her daughter wanted to say hi, when he began screaming at her.

"You're humiliating yourself in front of your daughter. Why don't you just get out of here," he said, driving the young girl to tears. 

After the incident, Bieber uploaded a video of him playing, captioned, "I'm the best mini-putter in the whole world."

The report was filed on Monday at 10:30 p.m. West Coast Time, Officer Rosario Herrera said. Bieber was not interviewed or taken into custody as of late Tuesday night. The Los Angeles Police Department were determining if the case was credible enough to interview the singer.

Bieber cannot seem to stay out of trouble with the law. He was charged in February with assaulting a limo driver in Canada. He will stand trial in July for driving under the influence, resisting arrest, and using an expired license in Miami.

We are sure ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez and rumored flames Kylie Jenner and Yvonna Ventura will not be happy about this!

Do you think Bieber is guilty? Tell us why or why not below!

See Now: 100 Most Beautiful Women In The World

Get the Most Popular Beauty World News Stories in a Weekly Newsletter

PHOTO GALLERIES

BEAUTY IDEAS

HOW TO

STAY CONNECTED
GET NEWSLETTER

LATEST NEWS

  • Today
Real Time Analytics