The Bad Boy of Pop, Justin Bieber may not have lost his self control just yet. He is to attend anger management classes in lieu of having the DUI charges against him dropped by authorities.
Furthermore, he used some pretty vulgar words to describe one of the police officers who came to arrest him. And while Bieber’s Breathalyzer test came out under the normal limit, his urine sample showed positive signs of marijuana and Xanax.
Now though, in an unprecedented move, the charges against Bieber will be downsized in return for him fulfilling part of his promise to attend 12 hours of one-on-one anger management classes.
According to The Miami Herald, "The state is expected to drop the DUI charge, and his lawyers will accept a guilty plea for careless driving and resisting an officer without violence, according to Miami Herald sources."
Bieber is also to donate $50,000 to a charity. The only charges left against him after this laxity in matters of the law are careless driving and resisting arrest.
Besides the anger control classes, 20-year-old Bieber will have to watch videos of the tragic consequences for victims of drunk driving. Bieber and his pal, Khalil Sharieff, were caught drag racing in Miami, Florida a couple of months ago.
They were both arrested and it turns out that Bieber was driving a rented yellow Lamborghini that ran on high octane fuel. The “eff” words Bieber employed upon being taken into custody show his lack of respect for authority and clearly point to the fact that he has issues with impulse control.
The region Bieber was in was the South Beach territory after which a famous diet is named as well. His speed freak of a buddy will get a similar sentence under the law as Justin.
Justin is obviously acting out and behaving wildly due to his raging teenage hormones. And the fact that he is Canada’s export to the United States and makes so many female tweens go barmy proves that some guys have all the luck or fame.
Bieber is filthy rich and the most celebrated and hero-worshipped figure since Elvis. And to imagine that it all started with a few clips of him singing on YouTube. He had been nominated for Grammy Awards twice for his 2010 album My World 2.0.