Trouble continues for Justin Bieber . The singer turned himself in to Toronto police Wednesday evening and is expected to face some sort of charge in a case involving an alleged assault on a limo driver last December, CBC News reports.
As previously reported, a limo driver who was hired to take Justin and his crew around Toronto claimed in late December that he was roughed up by someone in the singer's entourage. Police responded to that alleged incident on December 29, but it was not clear at the time if Justin would face charges.
However, police sources tell CBC that Bieber is expected to be charged at a police station in Toronto, and be given a notice to appear at a later date. He'll have to fit that appearance into a busy court schedule: he's already scheduled to be arraigned on February 14 in Miami in connection with his arrest there this month on DUI and other charges. His lawyer filed a written not-guilty plea in that case Wednesday, according to TMZ .
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