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Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis seen getting a ticket for running a stop light on his motorcycle on a California highway

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DailyMail.com saw musician Anthony Kiedis, 61, receiving a ticket from a California Highway Patrol officer for running a red light.

Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis has been spotted having a run in with the law.

DailyMail.com saw Kiedis, 61, looking defeated as a California Highway Patrol officer handed him a ticket for running a red light.

Kiedis was seen on his BMW cruiser motorcycle with his hand under his chin as he waited for the officer to write the ticket.

Despite his best efforts to get out of trouble, Kiedis received the citation before getting back on the road.

DailyMail.com saw musician Anthony Kiedis, 61, receiving a ticket from a California Highway Patrol officer for running a red light.

DailyMail.com saw musician Anthony Kiedis, 61, receiving a ticket from a California Highway Patrol officer for running a red light.

The singer seemed defeated when they handed him the ticket and left for his destination.

The singer seemed defeated when they handed him the ticket and left for his destination.

The singer seemed defeated when they handed him the ticket and left for his destination.

Kiedis was seen on his BMW cruiser motorcycle with his hand under his chin as he waited for the officer to write the ticket.

Kiedis was seen on his BMW cruiser motorcycle with his hand under his chin as he waited for the officer to write the ticket.

Kiedis was seen on his BMW cruiser motorcycle with his hand under his chin as he waited for the officer to write the ticket.

Despite his best efforts to get out of trouble, Kiedis received the citation before getting back on the road.

Despite his best efforts to get out of trouble, Kiedis received the citation before getting back on the road.

Despite his best efforts to get out of trouble, Kiedis received the citation before getting back on the road.

The singer was dressed in all black and was safe in a helmet, white bandana and dark sunglasses.

The singer was dressed in all black and was safe in a helmet, white bandana and dark sunglasses.

The singer was dressed in all black and was safe in a helmet, white bandana and dark sunglasses.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman was cruising along Malibu's Pacific Coast Highway in his BMW cruiser this week before he was pulled over.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman was cruising along Malibu's Pacific Coast Highway in his BMW cruiser this week before he was pulled over.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman was cruising along Malibu’s Pacific Coast Highway on his BMW motorcycle this week before he was pulled over.

The singer was dressed in all black, a white bandana and dark sunglasses and was safe with a helmet.

The sighting comes as it was revealed earlier this year that Universal Pictures is preparing an Anthony Kiedis biopic.

The rights to his 2004 memoir Scar Tissue have been acquired by film production company Kiedis. prepared to produce the feature film.

The rights to the leader's 2004 memoir, Scar Tissue, have been acquired by the film production company, and Kiedis is set to produce the feature film.

The rights to the leader's 2004 memoir, Scar Tissue, have been acquired by the film production company, and Kiedis is set to produce the feature film.

The rights to the leader’s 2004 memoir, Scar Tissue, have been acquired by the film production company, and Kiedis is set to produce the feature film.

The film, which is currently in early development, will also be produced by Brian Grazer and Guy Oseary, it reports. Deadline.

Scar Tissue reached number one on the New York Times bestseller list when it was first released in 2004.

In Kiedis’ acclaimed book, he wrote about his unconventional relationship with his father, who was addicted to drugs and shared them with his son.

The tome also covers the death of Red Hot Chili Peppers founding guitarist Hillel Slovak, who died of a heroin overdose at age 26.

But Kiedis previously admitted he regretted writing the memoir, which once caused a rift with his bandmate Flea after he revealed in the book that he had slept with his friend’s sister.

In 2016, Kiedis told The Sun: “I regretted the book for a while because it caused me some pain.” But then I started to see the long-term positive repercussions. People were reading it in hospitals, prisons and schools and it was having a positive effect.

“I realized that the point of writing that book was not for me, but to show that someone can go to the bottom and come back and have a productive, successful, happy, interesting life.

“And so, whatever embarrassment, pain, difficulty or discomfort I went through, it was worth it because so many people come up to me and tell me that their children had read it and got to work thanks to it”.

Kiedis has fronted the multi-platinum band since it formed in the late 1980s, frequently appearing shirtless on stage during concerts.

He was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan and grew up in Los Angeles from the age of 12.

Kiedis has fronted the multi-platinum band since they began performing in the late '80s.

Kiedis has fronted the multi-platinum band since they began performing in the late '80s.

Kiedis has fronted the multi-platinum band since they began performing in the late ’80s.

During the band's heyday, Kiedis regularly performed shirtless. He is depicted in a Slane Castle in Ireland in 2001.

During the band's heyday, Kiedis regularly performed shirtless. He is depicted in a Slane Castle in Ireland in 2001.

During the band’s heyday, Kiedis regularly performed shirtless. He is depicted in a Slane Castle in Ireland in 2001.

The group, Kiedis, Flea, John Frusciante and Chad Smith, will be seen in 2022.

The group, Kiedis, Flea, John Frusciante and Chad Smith, will be seen in 2022.

The group, Kiedis, Flea, John Frusciante and Chad Smith, will be seen in 2022.

He spent much of his musical career writing lyrics about his experiences in the city.

Kiedis co-founded Red Hot Chili Peppers with guitarist Slovak, bassist Flea (Michael Balzary) and drummer Jack Irons in 1982.

The group has sold more than 120 million records sold worldwide, scored nine Top 10 albums, won six Grammy Awards and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012.

In his memoirs Kiedis rHe revealed that he accidentally tried heroin for the first time at age 14, mistaking it for cocaine.

He was in a relationship with Heather Christie from 2004 to 2008. They have one son, Everly Bear Kiedis, 16.

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