Justin Bieber is expected to surrender to police in Toronto today in regard to an alleged assault involving a limousine driver, CBC News reports.
According to the news source, the charge stems from an alleged altercation that took place Sunday, December 29.
Police sources reportedly tell the CBC that Bieber, 19, will be officially charged today and given a notice to appear at a later date. Toronto police tweeted Wednesday afternoon that they can not confirm the news, while police had no comment when ET reached out.
This follows Bieber's DUI arrest in Miami last week where he was also charged with resisting arrest without violence and driving with an expired license.
Bieber's arraignment date was set for February 14 in the DUI case.
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