Justin Bieber has filed a police complaint against the photographer who allegedly chased him down an LA Freeway.
The teen idol was given a speeding ticket after being pulled over by law enforcement, but claimed he was trying to escape a pesky paparazzo.
The cops then turned up at his recent video shoot for new single 'As Long As You Love Me' to quiz him on the incident, and strangely the photographer in question was actually on-site trying to sneak some pics.
Police are investigating the whole situation, according to Gossip Cop.
'As Long As You Love Me' will serve as the second official cut from Bieber's new album Believe, which earlier this month became the fastest-selling record of the year so far in the US and beat Cheryl Cole's A Million Lights to pole position in the UK.
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