Justin Bieber, 19, arrived at the Toronto Police 52 Division early Wednesday evening to surrender himself in connection with an alleged assault on a limo driver last month. Once news broke of Justin’s surrender, dozens of fans and reporters gathered outside the Dundas St. West station. Justin arrived in a black SUV and was escorted by police officers and a bodyguard into the station. According to CBC News, police sources have said that the pop star would be officially charged at the 52 Division and would be required to appear at a later date. On December 29, Justin and his friends were attending a Toronto Maple Leafs game at the Air Canada Centre. Police were called after a limo driver alleged that he had been assaulted. It was just last week that Justin was arrested in Miami and was charged for DUI, resisting arrest and driving with an expired license. He was released with bail set at $2,500. Since then, social media has since been exploding with fans expressing their opinions on the matter.