The newly released jailhouse video of Justin Bieber caught on camera just after his arrest last month for DUI and other charges. It is a glimpse of a very different side of the young superstar, a side... See More
The newly released jailhouse video of Justin Bieber caught on camera just after his arrest last month for DUI and other charges. It is a glimpse of a very different side of the young superstar, a side that has many concerned about where his life is headed. ABC's gio Benitez has more. Reporter: In these jailhouse videos newly released by the state attorney's office in Miami, you can see Justin Bieber pacing in a holding cell even doing push-ups and there in the black hood ki taking a sobriety test. Watch as Bieber raises his arms seemingly losing balance carefully walking back to the other officer. He does it again and this time seems to stumble off the line. Composes himself then starts over. One would argue his ability to walk a straight line seems to be affected. Reporter: Police arrested the 19-year-old last month. Bieber allegedly drag racing in this yellow lamborghini. He was charged with DUI, resisting arrest and driving with an invalid license. He's pleaded not guilty. While the video clearly shows him stumbling his blood alcohol content was below the 0.02 level considered drug in Florida for drivers under 21 but marijuana and xanax were found in his system. If there's evidence he can't maintain his balance they'll say that shows proof beyond a reasonable doubt that he was impaired. Reporter: The video comes on the same week that the young woman riding with him in that yellow lamborghini Chantel Jeffries spoke to E! News. They say Justin is addicted to drugs. Misconceptions about Justin. That he's out of control. Misconceptions. Reporter: And now in a five-page cover article in the upcoming issue of "Rolling stone" insiders close to Bieber are speaking out. One reported talking about his trip to Panama right after he was released from that Miami jail. When Bieber's mom, his mentor usher and manager scooter Braun flew in for a so-called intervention, the source tells "Rolling stone" it wasn't an intervention, it was a conversation reminding him of the people who care about him and to consider things to do about it. And that insider also reportedly told the magazine going forward Bieber's schedule has been cleared for the foreseeable future so he can work through this phase and, George, Lara, he has a lot of work to do.
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