Walk The Line:
Recently Released Tape
Shows Justin Bieber’s
Unsteady Sobriety Test
When he takes the stage, there’s no denying Justin Bieber is smooth on his feet. But the same can’t be said about the new footage released of the 19-year-old’s wobbly sobriety test that followed his Jan. 23 arrest.
Approximately 10 hours of footage of the 19-year-old has been released—including moments where the pop star can be seen talking to an authority figure and briefly doing pushups, per NBC News.
Additionally, there’s a clip of Justin's fidgety attempt to walk the line for a police officer.
In the shot—which lasts roughly a minute—the “Boyfriend” singer can be seen walking heel-to-toe on the station floor. At first he takes a few confident strides, and then stumbles briefly before turning around and walking back towards the officer.
The footage was collected during Justin’s brief detainment following his Jan. 23 arrest for driving under the influence, resisting arrest and driving with a suspended license.
The Canada native is set to go to trial for his DUI after allegedly turning down a plea deal, which stipulated he complete community service, an alcohol education class, attend a victim’s panel and submit to random drug testing.
However, TMZ reports that Justin’s team is confident he could get a better arrangement—since the Biebs only blew a .014 in to the Breathalyzer, despite his shaky sobriety test.
By going to trial, Justin faces the possibility of up to two-and-a-half years in jail.