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FOLLOW-UP: Bieber arrest

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY  --  Justin Bieber is free on bond after being arrested for Driving Under the Influence and resisting arrest.

New photos show Bieber partying at a Florida club just before the drag racing incident that landed him in jail.
   
Many fear he is on a downward spiral.
As he left a South Florida jail yesterday, Justin Bieber hammed it up for the cameras

The Biebs is out on bail and now we're learning more about his night on the town before the drag racing incident that landed him behind bars.

The Canadian pop sensation's wild night started here at Set Nightclub.
Photos show a shirtless Bieber partying with model Chantel Jeffries.

She was in the passenger seat during the drag racing.
OMG Justin just got pulled over

Around 4am, Bieber was stopped by Miami Beach police officers.

When he opened up the window  and confronted Mr. Beiber he smelled a strong odor of alcoholic beverage.  Mr. Beiber at that point was not cooperating with the officers instructions.

Authorities told ABC News that the 19-year old's blood alcohol level was .04 - double the limit for someone under the drinking age of 21.

Police say Bieber also admitted to smoking pot and taking a prescription medication.

Katherine Fernandez Rundle State Attorney for Miami-Dade County: All of these things are very serious factors and a recipe for disaster,
Fortunately it didn't happen in this case.

Bieber sported a huge grin for his mug shot but bit his lip during his bail hearing.

The first case this afternoon is Justin Bieber
And according to People Magazine, he fell apart after he left the court room. A source tells us he was "balling his eyes out" when he got back to the detention center.

Bieber joins a long list of young celebrities who put themselves on the wrong side of the law.

They're young, they don't have enough supervision, they have money and no consequences.

Prosecutors say they're reviewing the evidence and will soon file appropriate charges.