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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Justin Bieber reportedly with DeSean Jackson’s ex Chantel Jeffries at time of DUI arrest

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Justin Bieber was reportedly arrested in Miami Beach early Thursday morning for drag racing and driving while under the influence. TMZ reported that Bieber was pulled over for driving recklessly and officers suspected he might be under the influence of drugs and alcohol. He failed a field sobriety test and was arrested for DUI and resisting arrest without violence. He was also supposedly driving with a suspended license.

The story became more interesting when we learned that Bieber was reportedly with model Chantel Jeffries, the ex-girlfriend of Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson, at the time of his arrest. Earlier in the night, Bieber posted the photo you see above on Instagram with the caption, “@chanteljeffries taking me for a ride in the lambo.”

Bieber later deleted the photo. However, rapper Khalil — the person Bieber was allegedly drag racing against — still has this photo up on his Instagram account:

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Khalil was also arrested, according to TMZ. While Jeffries appears to have been driving at some point in the night, HollywoodLife.com confirmed with police that it was Bieber who was driving when the car was pulled over.

As of last month, it appeared that Jackson was dating Grammy Award-winning artist Ashanti. We know from that famous breakfast photo that Jackson and Jeffries were once together, but it seems safe to say they are no longer a couple. If they are, Bieber has another NFL star that he needs to hide from.

CHANTEL JEFFRIES PICTURES

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Photos via Instagram/Chantel Jeffries



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