Paparazzi Killed After Taking Picture Of Justin Bieber’s Ferrari

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A photographer was killed after snapping pictures of a Ferrari belonging to Justin Bieber, according to police reports in Los Angeles, California.

California Highway Patrol said that the luxury car belonging to Bieber was pulled over for a routine check on Sepulveda Boulevard. The photographer, who had been following the car, got out of his car to take some photos while police questioned the driver.

Bieber, who is 18-years-old was not in the vehicle at the time of the incident. One of his friends was driving the car while another friend was sitting in the passenger seat.

The photographer tried to take a series of photos while police questioned the driver and checked the car on Sunday. However, the paparazzo was advised by the Highway Patrol to stay away from the Ferrari as the situation was dangerous.

As he made his way back to his own vehicle, the photographer was hit by an oncoming car. James Stoughton of the Los Angeles Police Department, said the photographer, who was not identified, was rushed to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, where he died shortly thereafter.

Police have interviewed the driver whose car struck the man, but it is unlikely that charges will be filed against him.



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