The paparazzo that chased Justin Bieber down the freeway last week could be the first person charged under a California anti-paparazzi law that was passed back in 2010.
Justin got pulled over after speeding down the interstate going 100 in his new chrome colored Fisker. He told the cops that he was running from a persistent photographer that was chasing him. The pap was later tracked down snapping pics of Justin at a shoot for his music video.
The California Highway Patrol is recommending that the photog be charged by the law that prohibits the paparazzi from endangering people while trying to snap pictures, as well as a reckless driving charge. The L.A. City Attorney is reviewing the case to decide what to file. If the photographer is charged and convicted, he could be facing up to a year in jail.