Paparazzo Killed After Chasing Justin Bieber’s Ferrari

Paparazzo Killed After Chasing Justin Bieber’s Ferrari
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A paparazzo looking to snap some candid photographs of Justin Bieber’s Ferrari was hit and killed by a another car last evening– Reports state that Bieber was NOT behind the wheel of the Ferrari the paparazzo was allegedly chasing down.

Law enforcement sources are reporting that Bieber’s white Ferrari was pulled over by California Highway Patrol for speeding on the 405 …the driver was then directed to pull off the freeway, onto Sepulveda Blvd.

According to the same source, Bieber was DEFINITELY not behind the wheel at the time.

The paparazzo — who had been following the Ferrari at the time of the pull over — attempted to take a few photographs while officers conducted the traffic stop …  CHP eventually advised the man to move back because the situation was unsafe.

The man then crossed Sepulveda — to snap some more pictures –and was hit and killed by an oncoming vehicle as he crossed back.

LAPD is now on scene investigating the incident.

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

Photo Credit: Kevin Mazur/WireImage

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