Arrested for not tweeting?

An Island Def Jam Records SVP was arrested on Friday for not tweeting when asked to by authorities, the 'New York Daily News' reported.

An Island Def Jam Records SVP was arrested on Friday for not tweeting when asked to by authorities, the New York Daily News reported. At an event for teen YouTube singing sensation Justin Bieber, the crowd got unruly and police asked James Roppo to tweet, canceling the event and asking the crowd to leave. Videos of the crowd have surfaced online.

Despite Bieber's Twitter feed having several requests for fans to leave, the police alleged that, after the crowd had been dispersed, Roppo sent out messages that Bieber would still be signing autographs. He could face charges including reckless endangerment, criminal nuisance, obstruction of governmental administration, and endangering the welfare of children.

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