Justin Bieber Accidentally Hit a Photographer With His Pickup Truck

Justin Bieber 'accidentally hits photographer with his car' outside theatre in Beverly Hills

Justin Bieber Was Driver of Car That Struck Pedestrian in Beverly Hills

Pop star Justin Bieber hit a media member with his vehicle while attempting to leave an event in Beverly Hills on Wednesday night, the Beverly Hills Police Department told CNN.

When they arrived, police found the 23-year-old singer tending to a man authorities described as a 57-year-old man who was injured at the scene.

Bieber was not detained, and although an investigation is ongoing, there was "no reason for any criminal complaint at this time", Stout said.

While the photographer didn't suffer any life-threatening injuries, this has lawsuit written all over it.

In a video of the incident, Biebs is heard asking the photographer: 'What can I do? Witnesses say they saw Bieber in a black Dodge Ram strike the man, but it appeared to be an accident. The guy fell down in the mob-kind of under the front of the car-and the wheel ran over his leg when Justin accelerated. The man is eventually put on a stretcher and wheeled to an ambulance.

According to reports, Justin Bieber has been involved in a collision.

Bieber has only offered an apology to fans via his official Twitter page.

Bieber is a fixture of tabloids who has frequently faced legal trouble over incidents including racing a auto through Miami and throwing eggs at a neighbor's house. That was never our intent.

The world tour for Bieber's fourth album, "Purpose", began in March 2016 and showcased hits such as "Sorry" and "What Do You Mean?".

His upcoming concerts were to include two shows in Toronto in September and several others in the United States and Asia.

The incident comes just days after the superstar cancelled the remainder of his Purpose World Tour.

The statement released by Bieber didn't offer a full explanation for the decision, but said it was due to "unforeseen circumstances". The long stretch on the road started in March of 2016, with shows in each month since save for a break from late November of previous year to mid-February 2017.

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