Canadian pop star Justin Bieber has walked into a Toronto police station, where police sources say he will face a charge in connection with an alleged assault involving a limousine driver in late December.
Bieber was escorted by several police officers — who linked arms to guide the pop star through the crowd — and a bodyguard through a throng of journalists and screaming fans.
Police sources told CBC News that Bieber would be officially charged at the 52 Division police station, with a notice to appear at a later date.
Toronto police have said they were called to the area of Dundas Street West and University Avenue on the evening of Sunday, Dec. 29, 2013.
Bieber, 19, attended a Toronto Maple Leafs game that evening at the Air Canada Centre.
At the time, police told The Canadian Press they were investigating an assault allegation but said it was unclear whether it was Bieber or a member of his entourage who was the subject of a complaint.