Justin bieber home assault arrest

Safe and Sound: Justin
Bieber’s Father Jeremy
Shares a Sleeping Pic
of The Troubled Star
Hours After Second
Arrest on Assault

Getty/Twitter @jeremybieber

Aww, does that look like a face of a man who has been arrested twice in the past week?

Justin Bieber’s father, Jeremy, posted the angelic photo of the troubled 19-year-old star sleeping with his younger brother, Jaxon, captioned “safe and sound” just hours after Justin was arrested and charged with assault on Jan. 29.

Last night, the “Baby” singer was arrested after turning himself in to the Toronto Police. He was promptly charged with criminal assault relating to a Dec. 30 incident in which a limousine driver was assaulted while driving Justin and five friends.

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During the confrontation, one of the six passengers continually hit the driver in the head. When police arrived on the scene, the man who struck the driver had already left. He is set to appear in court on March 10 for this charge.

Justin’s second arrest came hours after his lawyers entered a written plea of not guilty to the charges of driving under the influence, resisting arrest and driving with an expired license, which he incurred in the early hours of the morning on Jan. 23 in Miami Beach, Fla.

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Based on the Twitter pic posted by his old man, it would appear that the Biebs is finaly experiencing calmness after the storm.

Justin has been seen spending increasingly more time with his father since he recent streak of bad behavior.

Prior to his Justin’s Jan. 23 arrest, the troubled star and his father were seen partying together. In the days following the incident in Miami, Jeremy cryptically tweeted, “Proud.”

Meanwhile, Justin’s close confidants—such as his mother Pattie Mallette, his manager Scooter Braun and his mentor Usher—gathered in Panama, allegedly in an attempt to stage an intervention and urge the teen to seek help.

On Twitter, Scooter showed his support and love for the star.

“[I] love you and I will act in the manner of someone who truly cares,” he wrote just after midnight on Jan. 24. “That is all I have to say. Thanks for all those concerned.”