Justin Bieber's Miami arrest trial begins May 5
Are you keeping track of Justin Bieber's legal woes? His Miami trial date was moved to May 5 as the singer tries to clear up his messy life.
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It looks like Justin Bieber will have his day in court, but much later than anticipated. The troubled young singer was originally supposed to face charges in his Miami case on March 3, but the hearing was postponed until May 5.
Bieber's lawyers have been busy with the recent release of the police videos that show the 20-year-old submitting to a urine test after his arrest. At his latest hearing on Tuesday, the prosecutors revealed that the musician was not offered a plea deal in the case.
Bieber has already pleaded not guilty to charges of driving under the influence, possessing an invalid driver's license and resisting arrest. While this is a serious legal case, it is not the only issue he is dealing with.
On Monday, TMZ released shocking videos of Bieber's deposition in a lawsuit between paparazzo Jeffery Binion and Bieber and his bodyguard. Binion alleges that the two roughed him up and tried to take the memory card out of his camera after he shot snapshots of the star.
In the videos, Bieber is seen acting belligerent, rude and cocky during the questioning. The evidence has damaged the singer's already ruined reputation as a role model.
The Biebs also has a case across the border in Toronto, Canada. He is facing assault charges against a limo driver that occurred in late December 2013. If that wasn't enough, the Los Angeles D.A. is still investigating the egging incident in his former Calabasas, California, neighborhood.
As for Bieber, he doesn't seem to have a care in the world now that he's reunited with his "most elegant princess in the world," Selena Gomez.