Justin Bieber's Model Passenger Seen in Lamborghini Photo Has Been Arrested 5 Times
- Selena Hill
- Jan 23, 2014 07:49 PM EST
While Justin Bieber continues to make headlines for his latest run in with police Thursday morning, the stunning model that he was seen with just hours before he was arrested is stealing some of the singer's thunder.
Although the 19-year-old Canadian singer has had multiple run-ins with the law, for the first time ever, he was arrested and spent the night in jail after getting hit with a DUI in Miami Beach Thursday morning, reports CNN.
However, prior to getting pulled over around 4:00 a.m. Thursday and getting arrested for driving under the influence and drag racing, the teen singer was seen hitting the club and hanging out with a dropdead gorgeous model identified as Chantel Jeffries.
The two had been partying together at SET Nightclub in Miami Beach before taking off around 2 a.m. with several other women, according to E! News. Jeffries was later photographed riding with Bieber in his yellow Lamborghini.
It was also reported that Bieber posted a photo of the beauty on his Instagram page with a caption that read, "@chanteljeffries taking me for a ride in the lambo," before later deleting it.
R&B singer Khalil, who was also arrested with Bieber Thursday, posted a photo of Jeffries and Bieber to his Instagram account, with the caption, "U know bizzle brought that lambo out ♛."
However, besides being an up-and-coming model signed to Wilhelmina models, records show that Jeffries has had five run-ins with the law, MailOnline reports.
The 21-year-old Jacksonville, N.C. native was arrested for going 92mph in a 70mph zone, but later had her charges reduced to a fine.
Records show she was also accused of misdemeanor assault with a deadly weapon on Feb. 2, 2011, but the case was dismissed in March 2011 after her alleged victim decided not to press charges, said a clerk at Onslow County Court to MailOnline.
The beauty also stabbed another woman in the left forearm "during a physical altercation," but the victim "did not want to proceed with the matter" and the charge was dropped after Jeffries agreed to pay the court fees, according to court papers.