Justin Bieber Pulled Over by L.A. Law Enforcement

Justin Bieber was issued a warning this week after being pulled over by Las Angeles law enforcement while driving his Cadillac.

TMZ, an entertainment-gossip website, broke the story about the teenage heartthrob's run in with police. The news report also said Bieber was pulled over with two other cars, a Range Rover and a black Rolls Royce.

Police told TMZ that Bieber, 17, cut off a county highway patrol officer. The action resulted in the whole motorcade being pulled over; however, the officer let Beiber and his entourage leave with just a warning.

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Bieber's car was described as driving a Batman themed Cadillac with twin Batman symbols engraved into the front and back of the car. The word "Batmobile" was written on the trunk. The side panels also featured a "JB" logo. The car was reported to be a black gunmetal color.

The musicians made headlines recently when he announced a percentage of proceeds from his Christmas album Under the Mistletoe, due out Nov. 1. The donations will go to various charities, including "Make-A-Wish Foundation" and "Pencils of Promise."

Bieber announced that he is the first on the Universal Music’s roster to have part of his sales go to charity.

"Universal never actually allowed money from the album to go to charity, so it's kind of a unique thing and I'm very happy and proud of what we've done," said Bieber in an interview yesterday.

Bieber is uncertain how the sales will be divided among the charities, but he is working to achieve his goal with a team.

"I tell them basically what I want and they kind of go and help me get it done," Bieber said.

Bieber's new Christmas album will feature special collaborations with Mariah Carey and Boyz to Men, and many others.

"They were all great people and fun to be around," Bieber said, referencing his collaborations.

“They've been really successful and great in the country world, so I wanted to get them on my Christmas album and cross some barriers and try to get some different audience members to listen to my music.”

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