Justin Timberlake addresses DWI arrest, thanking supporters

Justin Timberlake has broken his silence following his recent arrest for allegedly driving while intoxicated. The Grammy-winning artist addressed his fans during a concert in Chicago as part of his Forget Tomorrow tour, acknowledging that he had a "tough week." Timberlake expressed gratitude for the support of his fans, acknowledging that he can be difficult to love at times but appreciating their continued support.

The incident leading to Timberlake's arrest occurred in Sag Harbor, New York, where police observed his BMW running a stop sign and failing to stay in its lane. Timberlake exhibited signs of alcohol impairment, including bloodshot and glassy eyes, slowed speech, and the smell of alcohol on his breath. He refused a breath test and performed poorly on field sobriety tests.

Timberlake's attorney, Edward Burke Jr., has stated that he plans to vigorously defend the singer against the allegations. Timberlake is scheduled to continue his tour, with upcoming performances in New York City following his concert in Chicago. Despite the legal issues he is currently facing, Timberlake remains scheduled to perform at the United Center in Chicago and Madison Square Garden in the coming days.

The response to Timberlake's arrest has been mixed, with some fans showing support for the artist while others express disappointment in his actions. As the legal proceedings unfold, it remains to be seen how Timberlake's career and reputation may be affected. Stay tuned for updates as the situation develops.


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