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Early this morning in Miami Justin Bieber was arrested for DUI when he was pulled over by police because he was drag racing. He probably thinks it is cool he was busted for DUI, and even cooler that he was drag racing while drunk. He would feel a whole lot differently if he killed someone while he was doing it. I'm sure that rehab will be the next step for Justin but I doubt he has reached rock bottom in his mind so it probably won't be a very long or successful trip to rehab. I'm sure that his management will try and kick everyone out of the house while he is in rehab but they will all come slowly back into his life. I want him to get help, but I just don't think it will stick yet.
Here is some video of him getting pulled over.
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