Last November, Justin Bieber was scheduled to appear at the Roosevelt Field Mall in Long Island, NY, but the event was shut down after the crowd got out of hand. Now, the 15-year-old pop/R&B singer reveals that a tweet saved him from being taken away in handcuffs.
StyleBakeryTeen reports that police threatened to arrest Justin if he did not send a tweet to his fans about the canceled event. "The stupid police officers ended up threatening to arrest me for coming," Justin said, according to WENN.com. "They told me to tweet my fans telling them I wasn't coming, otherwise they would arrest me. It didn't make sense -- how could you arrest someone for not Twittering?"
Justin did what the police told him to do, tweeting: "The event at Roosevelt Mall is canceled. Please go home. The police have already arrested one person from my camp. I don't want anyone hurt." Thousands of fans went home without seeing Justin that day, but at least Justin didn't end up behind bars.