Justin Bieber is in Toronto today after agreeing to surrender at a police station to face a charge over the alleged assault of limousine driver back in December.
As IQ previously reported, Toronto police were called to the area of Dundas Street West and University Avenue on Sunday, December 29, 2013, where the limousine driver for Bieber’s entourage had pulled over.
That evening, the 19-year-old superstar attended a Toronto Maple Leafs game at the Air Canada Centre with his father Jeremy Bieber, childhood pal Ryan Butler, and other friends.
At the time, Constable Victor Kwong with the Toronto Police Service told Canadian and international press that they were investigating an assault allegation and that Bieber was in the limousine, but couldn’t confirm whether the star or a member of his crew was involved in the alleged crime.
TMZ reports, the investigation then changed direction and focus fell on the “Baby” singer. The website claims police allegedly told the young star they wanted to talk to him about the matter but he failed to come in for an interview.
Citing law enforcement sources, CBC News and TMZ report Bieber is in Toronto and will shortly arrive at the 52 Division police station [reportedly around 7pm] to be booked for alleged assault, given a notice to appear at a later date and then released.