Justin Bieber driving without a license plate
The license plate of the hybrid-electric Fisker Karma of pop star Justin Bieber has gone missing, and the culprit is still at large.
According to law enforcement sources, the property manager of 18-year-old Justin Bieber has noticed that his license plate was missing on Friday while he was working at the Calabasas, California mansion of the pop star. Realizing the seriousness of the offense, the property manager decided to call the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, who rushed to the scene to make a report.
No one is sure is the missing license plate was stolen or it just fell off, but because it is illegal to drive without one, the Fisker Karma of Justin Bieber might be off the road for a while.
Reports said that this might be a bad thing for the “Never Say Never” singer, who was recently pulled over twice back in July due to overspeeding. However, Bieber told the police that he and girlfriend Selena Gomez was being chased by a paparazzi.
Later, Paul Raef — a paparazzi involved in the Justin Bieber wild freeway chase driving a Toyota SUV at over 80 mph — was charged with four criminal counts.
Raef had a run-in with the law before for speeding behind celebrities. A restraining order was filed against him for a similar high-speed chase involving supermodel Heidi Klum.