Justin Bieber Stands Up For Manager Arrested Over A Tweet

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Yesterday, Justin Bieber's manager plead not guilty to charges of reckless endangerment, criminal nuisance, and endangering the welfare of a child.

Back in November, Justin was scheduled to make an appearance at Roosevelt Field Mall in Long Island, NY. But the crowd grew too large and security couldn't control the group. Police told Justin's manager, Scott "Scooter" Braun, to send a tweet saying the event was cancelled. Over an hour later, at 1:33PM, this message -- sent by Justin or Scooter? -- appeared on Justin's account: "The event at roosevelt mall is cancelled. please go home. the police have already arrested one person from my camp. I dont want anyone hurt."

Authorities claim it took too long for Justin's fans to receive that news and are holding Scooter responsible. Ironically, Justin's now using Twitter to show his support. He tweeted, "#freescooterbraun - support u 100%." In Chicago, the pop heartthrob, along with this team, wore white t-shirts that said "Free Scooter."
If found guilty, Scooter could spend up to a year in jail.


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