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Oct282011

Report: Justin Bieber Attracts Cops in ‘Batman’ Themed Cadillac

Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic(LOS ANGELES) -- If you’re a 17-year-old cruising around in a Cadillac CTS-V with the word “Batmobile” emblazoned on the trunk, you’re going to attract some attention. If you’re all of the above and also happen to be Justin Bieber, pretty much everyone is going to take note -- especially if you cut off a cop car.

According to TMZ, earlier this week, the teen pop sensation was driving that car around Los Angeles accompanied by Sean Kingston in a black Rolls Royce and another buddy in a Range Rover. TMZ said that according to law enforcement sources, Bieber cut off a California Highway Patrol officer and got pulled over along with the two other cars in the mini-motorcade. The Biebs and his pals were let off with a warning.

Justin’s Cadillac not only has the word “Batmobile” on the back, it also reportedly has a “JB” logo on the side panel and Batman symbols on the front and back.  The base model of that car -- excluding JB's custom matte black paint, rims, and the other custom bells and whistles -- costs around $70,000.

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