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Celebrities: Bieber Arrest / A Discussion #1058793

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 23, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The arrest of pop star Justin Bieber on driving charges and the erosion of his image starting last March reported; scenes shown from Miami Beach of drag racing, Bieber with his pet monkey, Bieber urinating outside a nightclub, the California mansion, where drugs were found, the yellow car in Miami, from court and outside the courthouse; details given about his arrest behavior. [Miami Beach police Chief Raymond MARTINEZ†- comments on Bieber's behavior.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with addiction specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky and criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos about Bieber. [PINSKY - expresses concern that something serious may be going on with Bieber's behavior with substances.] [GERAGOS - outlines the legal issues for moneyed celebrities.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Further coverage of the story on "Dr. Drew On Call" noted.

Cooper, Anderson

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