One day after Justin Bieber's arrest, the pop sensation's fans are camping out in front of the Florida residence where he is believed to be staying.
Bieber, 19, faces charges of driving under the influence, resisting arrest and driving with an expired license.
He was pulled over around 4 a.m. Thursday as he street-raced a rented yellow Lamborghini, a scene captured by videographers and star-struck fans.
Justin Bieber’s wild night started at SET Nightclub. New photos show a shirtless Bieber partying with model Chantel Jeffries, the rented Lamborghini parked outside. Police say he was drag-racing that car with Jeffries in the passenger’s seat when police stopped him.
Police say members of Bieber’s entourage were driving SUVs and blocking cars so that the “Baby” singer could race with fellow musician Khalil Sharieff.
Miami Beach Police Chief Raymond Martinez said things became heated at the traffic stop.
“When we opened up the window and confronted Mr. Bieber, [the officer] smelled a strong odor of alcoholic beverage,” he said.
“Mr. Beiber at that point was not cooperating with the officer’s instructions.”
Law-enforcement officials tell ABC News that Bieber’s blood-alcohol level was .04 – half the legal limit for driving but double the legal limit for someone under the age of 21.
Police say Bieber also admitted to smoking pot and taking prescription medication. By 10 a.m. Thursday, the pop star was taken to a nearby correction center, where he posed for that grinning mug shot.
The smile came in stark contrast to his nervous look during his bond hearing, when he bit his lip and, according to People magazine, was seen in tears after he appeared before the judge.
Bail was set at $2,500, the standard for the three charges Bieber faces. If convicted, he could face up to six months in jail.
Following his release from custody, Bieber sat atop a car roof and waved to his fans.
Those fans – along with the singer’s detractors - analyzed the arrest over social media, dissecting any updates concerning the superstar. Bieber is the second-most-followed celebrity on Twitter, with nearly 49 million followers, ahead of President Obama and just behind singer Katy Perry.
By Thursday night, sentiments took a more personal, subdued tone. Bieber’s father, Jeremy, who had been in Florida with his son, expressed his love for Justin on Twitter, tagging his post #reallife.
Bieber’s manager, Scooter Braun, also showed support.
“Love you and I will act in the manner of someone who truly cares,” he wrote. “Thanks for all those concerned.”