Justin Timberlake Signs On With RADD

Upset over the recent death of a fan hoping to see him after an appearance, 'N Sync member Justin Timberlake has signed up for a long-term partnership with Recording Artists, Actors and Athletes Again

Upset over the recent death of a fan hoping to see him after an appearance, 'N Sync member Justin Timberlake has signed up for a long-term partnership with Recording Artists, Actors and Athletes Against Drunk Driving (RADD). Timberlake will write and produce a 30-second public service radio ad and a video message encouraging young people not to drink and drive.

As previously reported, 21-year-old Anna White of Bellevue, Wash., was waiting outside a radio station in Burbank, Calif., on Sept. 9 while Timberlake was doing an interview. She was hit and killed by a driver who has been accused of drinking before taking the wheel.

Cameron Albert Duty, 21, was charged Sept. 11 with one count of murdering White. His arraignment in California Superior Court is scheduled for tomorrow (Sept. 26).

Timberlake was at the station to promote his upcoming solo album, "Justified," due Nov. 5 from Jive.


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