We don’t know about you, but we are pretty tired of all this Justin Bieber drama. Seemingly ever few months we have a new story of him driving like a moron. It just keeps on repeating over and over again.

Last time he hit the front page he was accused of six moving violations in Dubai. Now it looks like on Monday night he struck a photographer with his white Ferrari 458 Italia while leaving the Laugh Factory with his friend, Lil Twist.

Up to this point, Bieber wasn’t charged with any crime for the incident, but if the photographer decides to sue The Beib, it will be the second lawsuit against him. The first one was opened just a few weeks ago when a man accuses Bieber of ordering his bodyguard to commit assault and theft of the photographer’s camera.

There are no details on why or how Beiber hit the man, but we think it is safe to say he likely wasn’t driving in the safest manner.

We don’t know about you, but we think is time for Bieber to hire a chauffeur as he is not the best driver we have seen out there. The more we hear about Beibers incidents behind the wheel of his various supercars, the more we are starting to wonder if people think that all Ferrari drivers drive like a-holes...

Click past the jump to see how bad he is behind the wheel.

Bieber’s Long List of Traffic Violations

Stars in their Cars: Justin Bieber gets pulled over while driving his Ferrari 458 Italia Exterior
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A few weeks ago, Bieber was caught breaking driving laws in Dubai via six different traffic cameras. At that moment he was driving a Lamborghini Aventador that he borrowed from a friend. When the police officers tried to stop him he just kept on going.

Another paparazzi drama happened at the end of 2012 when Bieber didn’t like that he was being followed by some members of the media. While normal people would try to solve the problem in a polite way, he blocked the traffic and started to argue with the paparazzi.

In the same year, he was fined for an illegal left turn.

We don’t know about you, but so much irresponsibility in a 19-year-old kid isn’t the best sign of future success.

Source: Zimbio

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