Transcript for New Video of Justin Bieber Emerges After DUI Arrest
That's Justin Bieber high-tailing it out of Miami last night thanking his beliebers for their support. Beliebers. Beliebers, yes. I thought you side lievers. That's the new video that comes to light following his arrest on DUI and resisting arrest charges allegedly shows Bieber behind the wheel of a fancy sports car as it tears down a street in Miami. ABC's Matt Gutman has been on the case and has the latest from the father and son. Reporter: The first video of Justin Bieber's alleged drag race down a street. You see his rented yellow lamborghini and his friend's ferrari and the SUVs, the police cruiser racing to catch up and that officer busting Bieber. Mr. Bieb, you are charged with the following. DUI, alcohol or drugs, resisting without violence and driving with an expired driver's license. Reporter: Police say Bieber admitted to having alcohol, pot and prescription medication in his system. If convicted he faces up to six months in jail. Yet, alongside the 19-year-old pop phenom all week in Miami, his father, now coming under intense scrutiny. When the kid is making $50 million a year there's a lot of empowering that goes on and the lines between parent and child can be very distorted. Reporter: Daddy Bieber battled back tweeting I can protect my kids but I can't protect them from you and your lies. Bieber's camp hasn't released any official statement but on Friday the bieb instagramed this. Yes, a match frame of him side by side with the king of pop, Michael Jackson both hopping atop their SUVs after leaving jail. The biebs' raucous release headed to waiting beliebers and paparazzi who spotted him leaving his hotel late Friday night then later seen on the tarmac in Miami. Four "Good morning America," Matt Gutman, ABC news, Miami. And, Dan, given his constant run-ins with the law, we know he is xhaten, could he be deported? Theoretically but not for these kind of crimes. You'd need to have something far more serious than a DUI, a resisting arrest without violence charge, both misdemeanors. If he gets convicted, conviction on a more serious charge, is it possible, yeah, but I don't think that's in the cards right now. He'll still be here in the U.S. Absolutely.
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