Justin Bieber hits photographer with his vehicle

Justin Bieber 'accidentally hits photographer with his car' outside theatre in Beverly Hills

TMZ reports that Justin was leaving the Saban Theater, where he'd been worshipping at a City Church event when it happened. The 57-year old paparazzo was taken to the nearby hospital with injuries that were not critical.

In some of the videos that have gone viral, Bieber is seen trying to help the man after he fell to the ground beside the singer's truck. Stout also said that Bieber had fully cooperated with the investigation the whole the time. The man tells Bieber that the tire ran over his leg.

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Justin Bieber has had his fair share of run-ins with the paparazzi but running one over has got to take the cake.

The incident follows the Canadian superstar's abrupt cancellation of the remainder of his world tour earlier this week, citing "unforeseen circumstances". Footage obtained by TMZ shows Bieber's truck running into the man as the singer slowly pulled away from the church.

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Earlier this week, Bieber had canceled the remainder of his objective worldwide tour, with some sources telling PEOPLE that he was "super exhausted". Bieber apologised for cancelling the concerts and said: "Everything's fine". "He is a perfectionist and didn't want to disappoint fans with some half-ass performance".

The world tour for Bieber's fourth album, "Purpose", began in March 2016 and showcased hits such as "Sorry" and "What Do You Mean?". All tickets for the show will be refunded.

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