Montreal - Canadian pop star Justin Bieber surrendered to Toronto police Wednesday evening in connection with an alleged assault on a limo driver last month.
Bieber, 19, arrived at Toronto Police 52 Division around 7:30 pm(0030 GMT) ET in a large, black SUV.
He was ushered into the police station through a scrum of reporters and fans that had gathered outside.
Toronto TV news station CP24 showed a young girl with a message for the singer: "I love you and I'll come to jail with you."
In the Toronto case, CBC News reported that Bieber would be officially charged at the 52 station, with a notice to appear at a later date.
Toronto police have been looking into the assault allegations stemming from a December 29 incident.
Toronto police have said they were called to the area of Dundas Street West and University Avenue that evening to investigate allegations that a member of Bieber's entourage assaulted a limo driver. Bieber, 19, was seen at the Air Canada Centre during that night's hockey game, but investigators believe he was in the limo at the time of the alleged attack.