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Justin Bieber Apparently Blamed Fracture for Sobriety Test Performance

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In recently released police documents, it is revealed that Justin Bieber, who has been in the news quite a lot of late for various antics, blamed his poor performance in a sobriety test (which was conducted after a DUI arrest in Miami in January) on a foot injury.


Apparently, the hairline foot fracture that is being blamed for his difficulty with walking during the sobriety test was sustained in accident while skateboarding a few months earlier.

In the documents, the officer reported that Bieber had leg tremors and swayed during the sobriety test and seemed to wince in pain.


Symptoms of a fracture in the foot may include pain, swelling and in some cases, bruising. The treatment for a foot fracture and the time it will take to heal depends on the severity of the fracture and if anything else in injured, like a tendon. The time the injury will take to heal also depends on the treatment and how it is followed. Re-injury is possible and it is important that the patient follow the doctor’s instructions to avoid further problems.


The trial date for Bieber’s case is set for May 5, and we may find out more about the injury then and whether or not it did indeed affect his test.


If you have suffered a bone fracture or you suspect a fracture after an incident or injury, be sure to contact our office online or at (888) 713-0906. It is very important that fractures be treated appropriately. 

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