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Tests Show Justin Bieber's Friend Khalil Wasn't Drunk During His Arrest
Posted by Joseph Lee on 01.28.2014

TMZ reports that was Justin Bieber's blood alcohol content level close to zero, but his friend Khalil had a BAC of zero when he was arrested with Bieber in Miami. He was the one driving the red Ferrari when the two were drag racing. He was arrested for DUI and drag racing but his BAC registered 0.00 both times he used the breathalyzer. Those close to Khalil say he doesn't drink.

This is the latest issue with the case after reports of police allegedly making up details of the case. The police report said that an officer "smelled an odor of alcohol" on Bieber but his BAC was .014. The drag racing charge has been ruined by GPS data and video. Police still say that Bieber and Khalil failed sobriety tests, so it's possible they were under the influence of something else like marijuana or prescription drugs. This will be revealed when the urinalysis results come in.


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