Justin Bieber’s Bail Set at $2,500 in Nationally Televised Bond Hearing

Bieber briefly appeared before a Dade County judge in his orange jumpsuit via video — and CNN aired it

Justin Bieber‘s bail was set at $2,500 before a national TV audience on Thursday, as the orange-jumpsuit-clad pop star glumly stood before a judge via a video link that aired on CNN.

Bieber slinked offscreen without comment after the judge read the charges and set his bond.

The 19-year-old pop star, ¬†whose Christmas Day documentary “Believe” tanked at the box office with a $2 million open, was pulled over early Thursday morning for drag racing a yellow Lamborghini in Miami. Officers said he had red, bloodshot eyes and that cops detected a strong alcohol odor in his car.

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He told cops that he smoked marijuana, drank alcohol and consumed prescription medication before his arrest for driving under the influence, Miami Beach Police Chief Raymond Martinez said at a press conference. Bieber, also charged with driving with an expired license and resisting arrest without violence, was booked at the Miami-Dade County Jail. He’ll be free once he posts the $2,500 bond.

A spokesman for the 19-year old, who is also facing a vandalism probe in California stemming from claims he may have been involved in egging a neighbor’s house, declined to comment.