Justin Bieber wanted by cops after scuffle with photographer

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez.

A paparazzi photographer has filed a police report against Justin Bieber following a humiliating scuffle.

It started Sunday afternoon when the photographer confronted Justin and his also-famous girlfriend Selena Gomez at a mall in Calabasas, California, according to TMZ. Witnesses say the photographer blocked Bieber’s car with his own vehicle and refused to move it. A fight broke out between the two guys before Bieber and Gomez high-tailed it out of there.

The photographer, not to miss an opportunity for a hefty payday, called an ambulance for himself and complained of pain in his upper torso. And after considering the embarrassment that would come with admitting he was beaten up by Justin Bieber, he swallowed his pride and filed a police report, naming Bieber as his attacker.

Now, cops want to speak to Biebs and Gomez regarding this misdemeanor battery.

Bieber certainly isn’t the only celebrity to lash out at the paparazzi. He joins a long list of famous people who have had meltdowns about over-eager photographers, including Avril Lavigne, Tobey Maguire, Britney Spears and Kanye West. 



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