Justin Bieber Leaves Jail After Arrest, Waves to Fans: Picture

Celebrity News Jan. 23, 2014 AT 4:15PM
Justin Bieber waves to fans and photographers from atop his car
See a picture of Justin Bieber leaving jail and waving to fans atop the roof of his car after being arrest for DUI, drag racing and driving without a valid license on Jan. 23. Credit: INFphoto.com

Post-jail royalty? Upon leaving jail in Miami, Fla. on Thursday, Jan. 23, Justin Bieber sat up on the roof of his awaiting car and waved to his fans.

The 19-year-old Canadian singer was arrested earlier Thursday morning after drag racing, and charged with DUI, resisting arrest and driving without a valid license. Looking somber (unlike his mugshot), the "Heartbreaker" singer appeared in court hours later wearing an orange jumpsuit, where he had his bond set at $2,500.

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Us Weekly was there when Bieber left jail in the same clothes he was photographed wearing the previous night while leaving SET nightclub in his yellow Lamborghini. The teen heartthrob hid under his black hoodie and dark shades while exiting Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center. Rather than ducking into his awaiting SUV and leaving immediately, however, Bieber sat up on the roof and acknowledged the crowds of people waiting for him.

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In the police report obtained by Us, an officer noted that Bieber had "bloodshot eyes" and "a stupor look on his face." He also reportedly cursed while being patted-down. "What the f--k did I do? Why did you stop me," Bieber allegedly asked. "I ain't got not f--king weapons. Why do you have to search me? What the f--k is this about?"

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Bieber's drag-racing competitor, 19-year-old singer Khalil Amir Sharief, was also arrested for DUI. His bail was set at $1,000.

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