Justin Bieber will not be charged after he accidentally struck a paparazzo following a church service in Beverly Hills a few days ago. A spokesperson from the Police Department confirmed that the photographer, Maurice Lamont, was at fault during the incident. It, however, clarified that neither of the two parties will be held accountable for the Car Collision.

Inside Bieber's car collision with paparazzo

"Our traffic investigators review all traffic collisions that are reported in the city and they have determined in this particular case, that the pedestrian was the party at fault in the collision, and the investigators are not seeking criminal prosecution for either party involved in the collision," the spokesperson told ET Online.

"Generally speaking, a traffic collision is not criminal, regardless of fault."

The police authorities have previously said that Justin Bieber was driving slowly when the right side of his monster truck accidentally hit the 57-year-old paparazzo. The pop singer was quick to attend the injured photographer and even argued with other paparazzi to give them enough space.

Reports claimed that the "Love Yourself" artist stayed at the scene for about 10 minutes before he was allowed to leave. Maurice Lamont later addressed the incident and assured that Justin Bieber did not mean to harm anyone. He even commended the singer for being "compassionate" after the incident.

The paparazzo also explained that the truck was "a little too big" that "there's no way" that the pop singer could see over the front.

Similarly, Justin Bieber was defended by other photographers who were also present when the collision took place.

Bieber takes a breather from touring to protect his calling

The incident happened a few days after the 23-year-old Canadian artist canceled the remainder of his "Purpose" world tour concert. He was supposed to perform 14 more shows to wrap up the concert series when his company confirmed the cancellation "due to unforeseen circumstances."

On Wednesday, the "Cold Water" singer finally broke his silence to explain what made him decide to end his "Purpose" world tour.

Justin Bieber said he is taking some time off for himself to become a "sustainable" person, artist, husband, and father in the future.

He also thanked the Beliebers for their constant support and understanding of his decisions. The pop singer admitted that his concert tour has helped him discover his calling and purpose in life. On the same day, Justin Bieber was spotted with his pastor, Judah Smith, outside The City Church in Beverly Hills.