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Justin Bieber Charged With Assault And Dangerous Driving In Canada

He's due in court at the end of the month.

Justin Bieber had a run-in with the law near his hometown of Stratford, Ontario, Friday when he was charged with dangerous driving and assault after an altercation on the road.

MTV News reached out to the Ontario Provincial Police headquarters Tuesday (September 2), who directed us to news articles that relay scant details about the incident. CTV News London reports that Perth County OPP responded to a collision in which a minivan and ATV were involved Friday afternoon. Bieber, reportedly, got into a fight with the driver of the minivan. He was released and scheduled to appear in court on September 29.

This wasn't Bieber's first brush with the law. Last month, we reported that Bieber was set to accept a plea deal in his Miami DUI case. In exchange for pleading guilty for careless driving and resisting an officer without violence, Bieber was instructed to take an anger management course, watch video of tragic DUI cases, pay court fines and make a $50,000 donation to charity.

Previously, the singer was charged with misdemeanor vandalism for the alleged egging of a neighbor's house. He was given two years' probation for the incident, in addition to community service and anger management courses -- and was instructed to pay the neighbor $80,900 to repair damage done by the eggs.

MTV News has reached out to Bieber's camp for comment on his newest charges.