US politician Dennis Zine, who claims he was a witness to Justin Bieber's speeding at an alleged 100mph, has claimed that the star caused "chaos" and he should be arrested.
Zine commented on the incident to Los Angeles Times, where the 18-year-old was reportedly seen driving his flashy sports car well over the speed limit to get away from paparazzi who were trying to get their picture of the star.
Bieber, 18, was pulled over by police and was given a speeding ticket. "As I watched, I was anticipating a crash," he said. "I was anticipating a crash. It was chaos. Total wilful disregard for people on the roadway."
He claimed that the 'Boyfriend' star's car came up behind him, then zoomed in front before cutting in and out of other vehicles - the paparazzi were also in full pursuit of the teen.
Meanwhile attorney Mark Geragos has said on Good Morning America: "It's hard to blame solely the paparazzi. Bieber drives a car that attracts quite a bit of attention. Pictures of that will bring money to paparazzi if they see it and sell the pictures, especially of him in the car."
Justin has now flown to Japan to promote his new album Believe, but the singer has also reportedly filed a harassment complaint against a paparazzo, who allegedly chased him down the Los Angeles' 101 freeway when Bieber was pulled over by the police, reports TMZ.
The teen was visited on his music set by a California Highway Patrol officer on Friday, where they reportedly took a statement for the complaint. It has been alleged that the photographer was acting "extremely aggressive" while driving.
Bieber's manager Scooter Braun has denied the claims that Justin reached 100mph, and revealed that he had been cited for 80mph.
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