Justin Bieber turns himself in to Toronto Police
(CNN) — Justin Bieber is becoming very familiar with the booking process at police stations.
On Wednesday, he was arrested for the second time in a week.
One week, two countries, two arrests.
Justin turned himself in to Toronto police Wednesday night, amidst a swarm of paparazzi and screaming fans.
The pop star faces an assault charge for hitting a limousine driver several times in the back of the head, last month.
Bieber's lawyer told CNN,
"Our position is that Mr. Bieber is innocent."
Bieber himself, seemed unfazed by the negative publicity, saying “What's up guys - Justin here,”
in a video posted to Instagram just minutes before he arrived at the police station Wednesday night.
The superstar is now facing potential legal battles in three jurisdictions.
In Miami, Bieber's lawyer has filed a not guilty plea to charges of DUI, resisting arrest, and driving with an expired license, after he was arrested last week for alleged drag racing.
Meanwhile, detectives in Los Angeles say they are "tightening up" their case against Bieber in the alleged egging attack of his neighbor's home, with prosecutors expected to announce as early as next week if Bieber will face felony vandalism charges.
Is Bieber out of control? Some legal analysts say the outrage over Bieber's behavior has been blown out of proportion,
“I don't know that he's out of control he's a 19 year old kid with more money than he knows what to do with.”
His detractors have had enough of his antics, with over 100,000 people signing an online petition calling for the Canadian teen to be deported from the United States.
How will Bieber behave going forward is unclear.
His fans say they're confident he can handle whatever comes his way. Confident just happens to be the title of the song from his latest video released just yesterday.