Bieber Released On Bond

Bieber Released On Bond
(Miami Beach, FL)  --  Justin Bieber is out of jail after posting bail.  The Canadian pop star was seen waving to fans from the roof of a car after leaving a Miami jail Thursday.  




Bieber's bond was set at 25-hundred dollars following his arrest in Miami Beach on suspicion of DUI, resisting arrest and drag-racing.  Bieber's friend, recording artist Khalil Amir Sharieff, was also arrested.  His bond was set at one-thousand-dollars.  Both are 19 years old.  Police say members of Bieber's entourage blocked traffic on a residential street so Justin and Khalil could race their rented sports cars.  Bieber was in a yellow Lamborghini.  Sharieff was driving a red Ferrari.  



Meantime, Bieber's California neighbor Keyshawn Johnson is among those weighing in on the pop star's arrest . The former NFL star, who complained last year about Bieber driving too fast in their Calabasas neighborhood, tweeted, "They finally caught HIM." Johnson added, "Glad no one was hurt, no kids in the street. Everyone grows up at some point. Hopefully he learns from it."



Johnson is just one of a number of Bieber's neighbors who have complained about the singer speeding through their gated community. Bieber is also under investigation in Los Angeles for felony vandalism. Police raided the singer's home last week seeking evidence linked to the egging of a neighbor's house on January 9th. Bieber was not arrested but his friend, Lil Za, was taken into custody for drug possession and later released on bail.