Bieber speeding case dropped

Justin Bieber will not face charges of assault and speeding.

Justin Bieber has been cleared of assault and speeding.

The Los Angeles District Attorney’s office rejected one case for reckless driving and another where Justin reportedly spat on his neighbour.

The neighbour had reportedly saved evidence of Justin spitting on him, but the singer insisted the incident had never happened. The D.A. concluded that since it was a case of one person’s word against another the charges should be dropped, reports TMZ.

According to the D.A., threats Justin made to the neighbour at the time were not considered to be serious.

“I will beat the sh*t out of you and I will f**king kill you,” Justin allegedly told the man. The D.A. believed the singer’s actions were "disproportionate and immature, but since the neighbour had entered the property without invitation, Bieber’s actions did not rise to the level of a criminal threat.”

Justin was also facing a speeding case, where he was accused of driving recklessly around his neighbourhood in Calabasas, Los Angeles. But videotape of the incident showed Justin was actually riding behind the car on his motorcycle at the time he was accused of driving it.

The investigators also took into account that Justin’s friend rapper Tyler, the Creator openly took responsibility for driving the Ferrari.

Justin is currently on the China leg of his Believe tour. The 19-year-old was recently snapped having his bodyguards physically carry him up the stairs of the Great Wall of China.

When they got to the top, his pal Alfredo Flores posted a picture of the whole group posing.

“We made it up top!! #GreatWall,” Alfredo captioned the picture on his Instagram.
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Thursday, 03. October 2013