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Seth Rogen really let Justin Bieber have it when Rogen appeared on "Watch What Happens Live" on Wednesday night.
The comedian was appeared on the show to promote his upcoming film "Neighbors" when a viewer asked Rogen about a tweet he wrote (Warning: tweet contains an expletive) in January in which he called Bieber an expletive. The tweet came after Bieber was arrested for a DUI in Miami Beach.
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Justin Bieber recently took part in a deposition stemming from a civil assault case filed against him by a former bodyguard, and his behavior in video released from the hearing is often extremely aggressive.
The 20-year-old pop singer was deposed on March 6 in Miami in the civil case that alleges he instructed a former bodyguard to physically assault and steal from a paparazzi photographer. The case is unrelated to Bieber's Miami Beach DUI arrest, for which video and photos were also recently released of him in jail.
Police have released video footage of Justin Bieber in a police station's jail following his January DUI arrest in Florida.
The footage shows the 19-year-old pop singer, wearing a black hoodie and red shoes, in a small room. He wobbles slightly while walking on a painted white line on the floor as part of a sobriety test, while an officer watches. R&B singer Khalil Miami, who was also arrested with Bieber, is seen sitting on a chair nearby.
U.S. federal officials, accompanied by drug-sniffing dogs, searched Justin Bieber's private jet after it landed at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey on Friday, Jan. 31 after suspecting marijuana was on board and let him go after several hours.
ABC News quoted a source as saying the 19-year-old pop singer was on the aircraft while it was on the tarmac at the time and then taken to the customs terminal at the airport. Bieber, who arrived ahead of Sunday's Super Bowl XLVII game held in the state on Sunday, has been dealing with a slew of legal turmoil.
Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has come to the defense of fellow Canadian and teen pop star Justin Bieber, who has been arrested twice over the past week.
The 19-year-old pop star had turned himself in to city police on Wednesday and faces an assault charge, stemming from a December incident involving his limo driver. Bieber's lawyer said he is innocent. It marked the latest in a series of legal problems, including a DUI arrest in Florida last week, for the popular singer.
Justin Bieber tested positive for marijuana and the anti-anxiety drug Xanax after his DUI arrest in Florida last week, but no traces of other illicit drugs were found, according to a preliminary toxicology report.
The 19-year-old pop star was arrested in Miami Beach on Jan. 23 after being pulled over for allegedly racing in a neighborhood. Bieber pleaded not guilty to charges of driving under the influence and with an expired license and resisting arrest. Police said he told authorities he had "consumed alcohol, smoked pot and prescription medication."
Justin Bieber's legal problems appear to keep mounting up.
The 19-year-old teenage pop star turned himself in to police in his native Canada on Wednesday, Jan. 29, and was charged with criminal assault, stemming from a case involving a limo driver a month earlier, the Associated Press reported. Bieber has not commented on the matter. This marks his second formal arrest in less than a week. Earlier in the day, he pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from a DUI case in Florida.
An online petition on the White House website that calls for teen pop star Justin Bieber to be deported to his native Canada following months of legal turmoil has been signed by more than 138,000 people, surpassing its goal of 100,000, and the U.S. administration must now issue a response.
The 19-year-old, who has enjoyed a large fan following for years, has not commented about the matter as of Wednesday afternoon. The petition was launched on Jan. 23, the day he was arrested in Miami on suspicion of DUI, resisting arrest and driving with an expired license after allegedly racing friend R&B singer Khalil in a neighborhood. Bieber is set to be arraigned on Feb. 14 -- Valentine's Day.
Justin Bieber has a date on Valentine's Day -- in court.
The 19-year-old teen pop star and heartthrob is facing charges of driving under the influence, driving with an expired license and resisting arrest and could face jail time if convicted. He is due to be arraigned at a Miami court on Feb. 14, legal records show.