The plot in Justin Bieber’s paparazzi drama from last weekend is thickening.
Shortly after Bieber was pulled over for doing 80 mph in his Fisker Karma last weekend, he dialed 911 to report that he was being followed by photographers who were driving really reckless, however Bieber gave a fake name to the 911 operator that he had dialed.
Biebs told the operator, “I have like 5 cars following me. They are driving really reckless.”
The call first aired on radio station LA96.3 and was later posted to TMZ, and when the 911 dispatcher asked for Justin’s last name he answered, “ummm, Johnson,” rather than give up his true identity.
Bieber told the dispatcher the vehicle that he was driving, and admitted that he had just been pulled over for speeding, saying “”They’re the ones that are driving recklessly now, I’m just trying to like not have them be on my tail right now,” he explained. “Before I was driving fast so I could get away from them and got pulled over myself.”
Officers were alerted to Bieber’s speeding, after they had received 10 emergency calls from drivers who had seen him racing down the 101, reports TMZ.
Bieber also filed a harassment complaint against the photographer who was on his tail.