Justin Bieber Lands Plea Deal, Agrees To Anger Management
Justin Bieber is off to anger management.
The pop star struck a pretty awesome plea deal in his Miami DUI case and as part of the deal, the Canadian pop star will attend a private, 12-hour anger-management course.
According to the Miami Herald, the state is expected to drop the DUI charge and Bieber will plead guilty for careless driving and resisting an officer without violence. The case is set to wrap up today in a Miami courtroom.
Per the Herald, the 20-year-old will also have to view online videos that “depict the stories of real-life, tragic DUI cases,” pay court fines and cough up $50,000 to a charitable donation.
Back in January, Bieber was taken into custody on suspicion of DUI and drag racing a yellow Lamborghini after leaving a nightclub. Cops said Bieber appeared to be incoherent and resisted arrest without violence, using some choice words while be questioned. Miami PD also stated that the singer failed a field sobriety test and made some “statements that he had consumed some alcohol, and that he had been smoking marijuana and consumed some prescription medication.”
But their were a few holes in the evidence. Police surveillance video shows that Bieber was not stumbling drunk and his blood-alcohol level was below the legal limit.