Bieber sought for questioning after scuffle with lensman

2012-05-29 07:40

Police in California were seeking teen pop idol Justin Bieber for questioning after a photographer filed a battery complaint after a scuffle at a shopping mall, celebrity news website TMZ reported.

The incident occurred at a mall in Calabasas in southern California yesterday.

Bieber (18), was reportedly with his girlfriend, singer-actress Selena Gomez, at the time of the incident.

The photographer called police and after complaining that he was in pain was driven by ambulance to a hospital, where he was examined and quickly released, TMZ reported.

TMZ cited a witness as saying the photographer had blocked Bieber’s car as the singer was trying to leave.

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