LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles County Sheriff’s detectives are investigating Justin Bieber for reckless driving after witnesses — including former NFL star Keyshawn Johnson — complained about the pop star’s alleged freeway speeds in their gated community in north Los Angeles County.

At about 8 p.m. Monday, Bieber allegedly drove his white Ferrari at freeway speeds in what is a 25 mph zone, Sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore said.

Johnson was outside with his 3-year-old daughter who was preparing to get into a small electric car when Bieber zoomed by. Johnson was upset and got into his Prius, following Bieber to his nearby home. As the garage door was closing, Johnson put out his arm and stopped it, telling Bieber he wanted to talk about his reckless driving.

Whitmore said Bieber scurried into his home without speaking.

The sheriff’s department received two calls and responded to the location. When they tried to talk to Bieber, however, they were also turned away.

“His security detail said he declined to talk to us based on the advice of counsel,” Whitmore said.

Deputies interviewed two witnesses, including Johnson, and the matter remains under investigation.

“Their eyewitness testimony to our deputies was definitive — not only the speed, not only the vehicle, but Mr. Bieber was sitting and driving in the driver’s side seat,” Whitmore said.

Deputies plan to send a reckless driving report to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office to consider filing misdemeanor charges.

Picture yourself at an exhibit with Ringo, e-book too

NEW YORK – Never-before-seen photos of the Beatles by Ringo Starr will be included in his new book, titled “Photograph.”

An e-book will be published June 12 in conjunction with the upcoming Grammy Museum exhibit, “Ringo: Peace & Love,” in Los Angeles. Select images from the book will be displayed at the exhibit.

A limited-edition hand-bound book will be available in December.

Starr’s photographs and stories “portray four lads from Liverpool, trying to live normal lives amidst the frenzy that surrounded them,” the statement said.

He previously published “Postcards From the Boys.”