Justin Bieber back in trouble with the law after being caught on his phone while driving
Is it too late now to say Sorry? (Picture: Getty Images)

Justin Bieber has once again had a brush with the law after being pulled over by cops for using his mobile phone while driving.

The Sorry singer was behind the wheel of a Mercedes G-Wagon in Beverly Hills when he was stopped by Los Angeles Police Department after being spotted on the device.

Law enforcement officials later confirmed that Bieber was ‘issued a citation for using his phone while driving’; the average cost for a fine in Los Angeles for driving while using a phone is minimum $162 (£123).

It remains unclear if he was using the phone for texting, talking, or perhaps playing Pokemon.

TMZ claim that the Biebs was ‘calm and cooperative’ and took his ticket without issue.

The 23-year-old singer has been pretty good about remaining on the straight and narrow after a few years which saw him ruin his reputation after punching a photographer in the face, egging a house, and admitted in a home video that he’d been acting ‘arrogant’ and ‘conceited’ for the past year or so.

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