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The 'Boyfriend' singer tells police there were five cars chasing him and says his surname is "Johnson" during the chat.
Justin Bieber's 911 call during his high speed paparazzi chase in Los Angeles recently has been released online.
The 'Never Say Never' star can be heard attempting to get assistance in removing the photographers who are chasing him and justifies his own speed.
"They're being very dangerous, swerving around other cars trying to get to me," he states in the clip which was obtained by TMZ.
"When I get to a stop they're pulling next to me and harassing me," he added.
The Canadian star was pulled over by police before his call due to speeding and can be heard explaining he was simply trying to escape the paparazzi who were in constant pursuit of the star.
"I was trying to go fast so I can lose these people, and I got pulled over," he stated as well as changing his name to "Johnson" in an attempt to conceal his identity.
You can listen to Justin's 911 call during the high speed chase below:
It has also been reported that the star made an official harassment complaint against one of the photographers and gave his statement to police during the filming of his new music video for latest single 'As Long As You Love Me'.
Meanwhile, Justin took to his Twitter account today (10th July) to offer his prayers and thoughts to Usher following the tragic news of the R&B star's stepson's recent jet ski accident.