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Justin Bieber's Alleged Limo Assault Sparked By Radio Volume Argument
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 01.31.2014



Justin Bieber's alleged assault of a limo driver which has him facing criminal charges reportedly started over the volume of the radio in the car. According to TMZ, Bieber asked the driver to turn up the radio while being taken around Toronto and the driver turned it up, but not as loud as he wanted.

An argument ensued and according to the report, Bieber reached up to turn up the radio himself and got his hand swatted away. The driver says that Bieber started yelling obscenities and hit the driver several times in the head.

A source close to Bieber says it was one of his friends who actually hit the driver. Bieber's lawyer says his client is innocent.





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