On Air Now
Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp 6am - 10am
3 October 2013, 09:11
The 'Boyfriend' singer has been deemed "immature" by a Los Angeles prosecutor despite not being charged.
Justin Bieber has avoided criminal charges in two separate cases after Los Angeles prosecutors decided there was insufficient evidence to charge the 'Beauty And A Beat' star.
The 'Boyfriend' singer was facing charges of reckless driving stemming from an alleged incident back in May this year, as well as claims of his neighbour in a gated community in Calabasas, California that Justin threatened and spat at them.
However, the Associated Press confirmed on Wednesday (3rd October) that the authorities have declined to charge the Canadian pop star, though prosecutor Alan Yochelson is quote as describing the singer's actions as "immature".
Justin has yet to comment on the latest developments in the two cases, while he is out touring across Asia on his 'Believe' tour.
Justin Bieber most recently featured in the video for rapper Maejor Ali's new single 'Lolly'.