Justin Bieber cell phone incident at Los Angeles restaurant prompts police response

By Daniel Levine,

Justin Bieber has a strange relationship with his fans’ cell phones and another incident occurred last night in Los Angeles. While police were called to the Dave & Buster’s Bieber and his crew were at, there were no arrests.

Officer Sara Faden of the Los Angeles Police Department told KTLA that the police were called to the restaurant at the Hollywood & Highlands Center after a Bieber fan used a cell phone to record Bieber. The “As Long As You Love Me” singer’s security asked that the fan give them the video, but the fan refused.

While it was reported that his security team may have taken the phone, police told the Los Angeles Times that this was not true. There were not thefts or crimes committed and no one was arrested.

This is hardly the first time that Bieber has had an issue with a cell phone. Back in May 2014, a woman claimed that he tried to steal her cell phone right in front of her 13-year-old daughter. He was later cleared of a robbery charge.

In an even stranger case back in August 2013, Bieber put a cell phone in his pants during a concert.

Thankfully for Bieber, Monday’s incident didn’t lead to any further legal problems. Just last week, he was sued for allegedly ordering a bodyguard to attack a photographer.

image courtesy of INFphoto.com

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