Justin Bieber's been in trouble with the police again

Justin Bieber makes wrong call at the wheel

Justin Bieber is in trouble with the police once again - but this time it's for using his mobile phone while driving.

A police officer spotted the pop star, 23, driving around Beverly Hills in a black Mercedes G-Wagon on July 15 - and Justin was on his device, which is against the law in Cali.

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

Bieber was reportedly calm and cooperative during the exchange, received his ticket and moved along without further incident.

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Justin Bieber has purportedly been fined for utilizing his telephone while driving.

In this May 11, 2014 file photo, Justin Bieber attends Game 4 of the Western Conference semifinal NBA basketball playoff series with his mother Pattie Mallette, second from left, in Los Angeles.

The fine for using your phone whilst driving in California is US$150.

The result is that the singer, who has been very co-operative, has been sentenced to a fine fine of 162 million and was able to leave quietly after having been called to order. In 2014, he was charged with resisting arrest and driving under the influence, and later that year was ordered to serve a probation order for egging a neighbour's house. Soon thereafter the vocalist was captured again and this time accused of hazardous driving and attack, after an impact between a minivan and an ATV close to the place where he grew up of Stratford, Ontario.

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