Justin Bieber Drag Racing Video Leaked: Proves Police Report Isn’t True?

The Justin Bieber drag racing video has been released and some reports are claiming the Miami police are not telling the truth about racing or even breaking the speed limit.

In a related report by The Inquisitr, Justin Bieber’s mug shot photo has been ranked as among one of the best for a celebrity just because of the way he’s portrayed.

Some reports claim girlfriend Chantel Jeffries was hanging out with Bieber before the alleged drag racing incident. Miami Police Sgt. Bobby Hernandez claims what the pop star did deserves the arrest:

“He put everybody’s lives at risk to try to get a cheap thrill. That’s unacceptable behavior and he was arrested for it. For his DUI charge it’s going to be a combination of alcohol and narcotics.”

Arresting officer Fulgencio Medinar Medina claims Justin Bieber’s arrest was based upon a field sobriety test. Bieber allegedly smelled of alcohol, had bloodshot eyes with a look of stupor on his face, and was moving slowly to compensate for being inebriated. In addition to alcohol, police say Justin admitted to using marijuana all day and taking prescription pills, which may explain much of this behavior.

Law enforcement sources originally claimed the blood alcohol level was 0.04, which would have been above Florida’s limit of 0.02 percent for drivers under the drinking age, but the Miami Herald claims this is false:

“Bieber’s breath test did not show any substantive alcohol use. He blew 0.014 and 0.11, well below the legal limit. That amount is too low for authorities to suspend a license for an underage driver, although Bieber does not have a Florida license.”

When it comes to the Justin Bieber drag racing video police claim the two vehicles, a yellow Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 Spyder and a red Ferrari 16M, were engaging in speeds of up to 60 MPH. This hardly seems like a drag race since the Lamborghini alone can reach 60 MPH in about 3.5 seconds and the two cars were seen driving for about 15 blocks.

TMZ claims the police report is not true since both the supercars were rental vehicles with GPS locators attached that also tracked speed. During the middle of Justin Bieber’s drag race the two cars briefly went 34 MPH in a 30 MPH zone but then slowed down to around 27 MPH for most of the time they were supposedly drag racing. The only time the two vehicles went any faster was shortly after Bieber’s entourage left the club and they were clocked at 52 MPH and 47 MPH. The only caveat is that the report does not state what the speed limit on that portion of Miami road was supposed to be.

But a video of the alleged drag racing was caught by a surveillance camera mounted onto one of the houses near the road. As you can see all of the vehicles, including the police cars, are moving at relatively low speeds at this point in the so-called drag race:

What do you think about the Justin Bieber drag racing video?