Justin Bieber & his dad were ‘extremely abusive’ to a flight attendant

Justin Bieber

With all of the Justin Bieber madness going on for the past few weeks, I think we’re all feeling a little bit of fatigue for the little baby who thinks he’s so misunderstood. These are photos of Bieber “playing hockey” at an ice rink in Atlanta. As if poor Atlanta hasn’t had enough to worry about lately. There’s really been so much Bieber news, and some of it is just too gross to cover here. Sex tapes and strippers and all that. Let’s not go there. Bieber bragged about deflowering Selena Gomez. He ran around New York City trying to get baptized, which I don’t get. Bieber’s all about pretending to be religious already, so I assume he was shopping for a re-baptism (can you do that?). Or he was just high as a swaggy kite.

Anyway, here is the latest big Bieber controversy. On a private jet en route to to the Super Bowl last Friday, the swaggy one and his entourage smoked so much pot that the pilots were forced to wear oxygen masks (to avoid a contact high). Justin and his father were also verbally abusive and “harrassing” to the flight attendant:

Justin Bieber and his entourage smoked marijuana and consumed alcohol aboard a chartered Gulfstream jet as they traveled to Super Bowl parties in New York City last Friday, NBC News reports.

Pilots and a flight attendant claimed that Bieber and his entourage were abusive during the flight, puffing freely on joints and filling the aircraft with so much smoke that the pilots had to wear oxygen masks to avoid a contact high and jeopardize their licenses over failing a drug test, the network reported Wednesday in an exclusive investigation that cited multiple law-enforcement sources.

“The captain of the flight stated that he warned the passengers, including Bieber, on several occasions to stop smoking marijuana,” read a police report about the incident, which NBC News says its obtained.

“The captain also stated he needed to request that the passengers stop their harassing behavior toward the flight attendant and after several warnings asked the flight attendant to stay with him near the cockpit to avoid any further abuse,” added the report, which also said that Justin’s father, Jeremy Bieber, was on the flight with the singer.

Additionally, the report states that the flight attendant claimed that Bieber and his crew “were extremely abusive verbally and she would not work another flight with them.”

When their plane landed at New Jersey’s Teterboro Airport, it was boarded by waiting DEA and Customs and Border Patrol agents who observed lingering pot smoke still inside the jet, the network reported.

Bieber, 19, was questioned separately from the group and admitted he had smoked marijuana and consumed alcohol during the flight, according to the police report.

Police dogs from Customs and Border Patrol and the New York/New Jersey Port Authority Police Department were dispatched and steered their handlers toward the jet. No pot was found on the aircraft. The dogs also alerted police to three pieces of luggage, one labeled with Bieber’s name, another for his personal assistant and a third for a personal trainer.

Both the assistant and trainer “disavowed knowledge of the contents of the bags and state they were actually Bieber’s bags but they were forced to place their names on the bags,” the police report noted.

No drugs or paraphernalia were found inside the luggage, but after the group departed for an evening of parties, police dogs found empty bags that authorities said appeared to have once held marijuana, NBC News said.

Neither the pilots or crew would file charges and declined to be interviewed by NBC News about the incident. DEA officials and Border Patrol agents also declined to comment along with the aircraft company, Meridian Air Charter.

A rep for Bieber declined to comment to PEOPLE.

[From People]

What an entitled little brat. Bieber and his daddy decided to team up and get high while saying terrible things to (and probably playing grab ass with) the poor flight attendant. I hope Gulfstream jets decide not to service Bieber anymore, but they probably will.

TMZ says that Bieber is now on a Homeland Security watch list because of his two ongoing criminal cases in the states. Customs will be searching his jet and luggage and questioning him every time he re-enters the United States. I keep wondering how he gets rid of the drugs every time his buses or planes are searched. Wait. I really don’t need to know.

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  1. bowers says:

    Wouldn’t you hate to have a dad like that?

    • Lucy says:

      I would, I’m sure you and every other sane person would but don’t forget about that 50% these two idiots share

    • FLORC says:

      The minute Biebers money is gone his dad will abandon him again. No question about it.

      I pity those that encounter a Bieber.

      • Dana says:

        ITA. And I think all of the bratz behavior lately is because he wants daddy’s love/attention/approval so very much.

      • Melissa says:

        I work at a fairly big hotel in Ontario. Justin’s father came to this hotel, driving Justins car, demanding he get a free room simply because he was beibers dad. So, yeah, I agree with you 100%. He’s only an atm to his dad, nothing more.

    • Talie says:

      That’s what happens when undereducated trash gets money, they have no real social skills. God knows what “career” his father had before Justin made bank.

      • bluecalling says:

        as if overeducated trash that always had money act any better? he just doesn’t have enough money not to make this news and handlers to make sure that it is never news. as if some of the rich born into riches act any better.

        he is responsible for his behavior but he is also what under 21 and looking for approval from a leech of a father. he will come to terms by the time he is 35. until then, enjoy the ride.

    • Lunchcoma says:

      It sounds like he’s the second coming of Michael Lohan. As much as I dislike above bed, I hope that’s not the path he ends up following.

    • Montréalise says:

      I read that the dad is a deadbeat who abandoned his son when he was a toddler but then showed up again once Justin became rich and famous, and they are now inseparable.

    • littlestar says:

      No kidding! I couldn’t imagine having a dad who thought he was “cool” and wanted to spend my money and party with me 24/7, trying to reclaim his youth.

    • Marla says:

      Where has his dad been all this time..uh, in jail. I see he is latching onto the gravy train. He isn’t fit to be called a parent. People around him still let him do what he wants as long as the money flows. When something terrible happens, let’s see what his parents have to say then.

  2. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    It would be bad enough if he kept breaking the law, but what bothers me the most is the way he treats working people, for lack of a better term, with such disrespect. Urinating in buckets, spitting on people, verbal abuse. I just loathe him so much, I wish the police could make something stick. And his so called father – what a loser.

    • Secret Squirrel says:

      The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Or in this case, the tree falls close to the apple? Justin doesn’t have a decent role model in his life so it is little wonder his little red cart is derailing.

      A year out of the spotlight to get some perspective (and sex & drug-free sleep) would do him the world of good, but I don’t think he could stand not being the centre of attention for that long.

    • carol says:

      yah, why wasn’t he arrested for possession if he was smoking pot on the plane?

      • BestJess says:

        You can’t be arrested for having once had possession. You need to currently be in possession. The report says the cops found nothing but empty baggies.

        The pilot could have requested an emergency landing due to safety considerations though, the little shitebag might not have had enough to smoke his entire stash.

      • Nerd Alert says:

        If there was some leftover, his buddies probably swallowed it all. I don’t know why I think that happened, but I immediately pictured it.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        I read that they knew they were going to get searched when they landed. No doubt they were going with a “smoke it all” approach.

      • Nerd Alert says:

        No doubt! Probably flushed the roaches and any extra herb lying around. I have seen people just panic and eat it though. Heh.

    • GoogleyEyes says:

      I completely agree. Charlie Sheen is an abusive addict as well (with denise Richards et al) but at least the MaSheen knows how to treat the help with respect.

      • JojoAnn says:

        You are kidding about Charlie treating the Help well, right? The Charlie that beat up his prostitute over a watch? The Charlie who went on an insane tirade then fired Selma Blair because she asked he be on time? Theres an article online written by a guy who used to be a bartender before he got a writing gig and he talks at length about Charlies brand of crazy. The guy is mercurial, he could be giving you a thousand dollar tip one minute and yelling at you over some craziness the next.

      • AlmondJoy says:

        It is my honest opinion, Googleyeyes, that the words “at least” should never be used where Charlie Sheen is concerned. He’s done so many terrible things.

    • Tanguerita says:

      this! But what makes me so angry is that people keep enabling him. Why wouldn’t the crew file charges? they should have. If everyone started treating this jerk for what he is he would want to sign the deportation petition himself.

      • swack says:

        Unfortunately it may because they are in fear of losing their jobs. If they report it or talk about it publically it could mean loss of business for the company and therefore they would possibly be fired. This is just my take on it. Also, you can dump the marijuana into the toilet and flush it and I would think it wouldn’t be found. I don’t know.

      • ol cranky says:

        I don’t think the crew can really file charges that he was doing illegal drugs, especially since they made sure all the drugs were gone before they landed.

        What concerns me the most is that the pilots were concerned about testing positive from the second-hand smoke; if the plane was that full of smoke for them to have that concern, then there’s as big (if not bigger) concern that they could get a contact high from the second hand smoke. That means the brat is potentially jeopardizing not only the lives of people on board that plane, but also the lives of people on the ground as marijuana does impair perception of time/space and could impair the judgment of the pilots. I don’t give a fiddler’s fart if Biebs kills himself, someone in his entourage of enablers or his own family member but to risk the lives and well-being of others is reprehensible

    • LakeMom says:

      He’s such an idiot. Soon the money and attention will be gone and where will he be? Maybe he should talk to Fabian or David Cassidy or Leif Garrett. Fame is fleeting but stupid lasts forever.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      I agree, the many stories of him treating other human beings like trash is just beyond the pale. I am REALLY upset to hear what the poor flight attendent had to go through. I can only imagine what isn’t being said.

      I am not religious, but if I were Christian I would be soooooooo mad that he was representing “faith” in such a way. Pictures posed in prayer, baptisms, comparing himself to Jesus in interviews, Jesus tattoos….and then he spits on his fellow human beings, harasses women doing their jobs, and supports the sex trafficing industry. He is the antithesis of what a comes to mind when I hear “good Christian”.

  3. LB says:

    I know that petition to the White House is ridiculous but I wish he really was deported. He needs to face actual consequences for his behavior. Something his parents clearly never bothered to do.

    • FLORC says:

      If he keeps this behavior up there is a greater chance he’ll screw up hugely in another country with terrible prisons and will be left there to rot.

      Like GoodNames said. If he was so terrible to those who work for a living and those who support his lifestyle with ticket sales I don’t think the backlash agains him would be this bad.

    • original kay says:

      I believe his mother did. She was very present until he turned 18, and kept him in line.

      I read his father was MIA until Justin became famous. That screws with your head, big time.

      He is throwing away the chance of a lifetime, but unfortunately he will have to hit bottom before he realizes it.

  4. Lucy2 says:

    I wish the pilots had said screw it and done an emergency landing in the middle of nowhere, and then left them there!

    • Tapioca says:

      I wish the emergency exits actually opened in flight….

    • doofus says:

      just what I was thinking. that would have been hilarious if he had diverted the flight to some podunk airport in the middle of no where and made baby biebs miss the big game.

  5. paranormalgirl says:

    I really do not like this child.

  6. Jessica says:

    Clearly his dad is only there for the fun ride, and doesn’t care about him at all. And what about the dad’s other children and their mother? Did he stop caring about them when he got to party with Justin? I mean, he seems to be off partying with Justin a lot lately–in every story we hear–so when does he have time to be a father to his other children? I guess he ditched them the way he ditched Justin when he was a child. When the dad’s other children start raking in the $ then he’ll be back to collect the second-hand.

  7. dvz says:

    If any regular douche and his douche jr. had tried this, they would have been trussed up with duct tape from jump.

    The part of me that calls BS on at least part of this story is that apparently it was allowed to get so bad the pilots had to wear gas masks. Last I heard, when you are on a plane the crew, most notably, the captain are THE LAW. Why didn’t they intervene at the first sign of trouble (which sounds like it was right off the bat) take the drugs, put zip ties on their wrists, slap duct tape on their mouths and secure them to their seats? And/or turn the flight around and have their asses arrested?

    Or better yet, toss them out the emergency exit. Hey, I can dream.

    • Esti says:

      It’s not a commercial flight, so they probably just didn’t have the manpower to take on all of his entourage. I’m guessing it was just the two pilots and maybe two flight attendants. There’s no way those two women (and maybe one guy, though I don’t think co-pilots are supposed to leave the cockpit to deal with passengers) could forcibly deal with Justin or his father when there were giant bodyguards, a personal trainer, and who knows who else willing to protect the little guy.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      It was a charter flight. Pilots are not air marshalls or cops.

  8. Izzy says:

    Why didn’t the pilots declare an emergency and land at the nearest airport? Risk of flying under the influence qualifies as such, they are not supposed to fly wearing oxygen masks unless there’s an emergency, in which case they WOULD make an emergency landing!

    Also, why didn’t someone ring that swaggy idiot’s bell with a hockey stick when they had a chance?! I’d have paid money for a ticket to see THAT.

    • Ninks says:

      I would imagine it’s very different from a commercial flight on a private jet. The Biebs is a regular customer so he must spend a lot of money, and no employee is going to p*ss off a top client like that and risk losing his business for the company.

      Plus, they were busy flying the plane, so at most only one was available to tackle Bieber and crew, and given that there were probably a lot of them, and how disrespectful they were being to the flight attendent, it was probably a sensible move to not confront them.

      I’d love if the pilot had just landed at the nearest airport and kicked them off, but again, that would mean p*ssing off a top client. I think the pilot just had to put up with it, report it to management when they landed and hope that management tackled it.

      • lucy2 says:

        While I agree with that being probably what happened, I think in a situation like that where there’s any kind of safety risk, the pilots need to use their best judgement and forget about the corporate/business side of it. Surely having one disgruntled client (who they don’t want to service again anyway) is less expensive than all the lawsuits that would come had something terrible happened.

      • CaribbeanLaura says:

        ITA. If he was riding with his entire entourage the pilots and flight attendant would have been woefully out numbered. So they had to deal with it get to where they were going and then report his @ss which I think was the right thing to do. because honestly I could see that little t**t beiber having his people intimidate the flight staff. UGH he is so gross.

      • Izzy says:

        Even private planes are still subject to FAA regulations. At any rate, I feel sorry for the pilots and flight attendants. Maybe they should’ve pushed him out without a chute. Still would like to see someone ring his douchey bell with a hockey stick, too.

    • Cazzee says:

      Sadly, if the pilots had done that, they would be the ‘troublemakers’ from the point of view of their bosses. Better to just don the oxygen mask during the flight, document the abuses, and then make a full report afterwards.

      The report said that the plane was met by police, customs, and DEA agents – so it sounds like the pilots at least called ahead!

      Also, JB and his father are pigs for harassing the flight attendant.

    • Stacey says:

      I trust the pilot’s judgement. Clearly he did what he had to do. There could have been weather issues if they re routed to another airport and traveling to their destinstion may have been the safest decision. Regardless, I know some pilots and They all talk so I wouldnt be surprised if the good pilots would refuse to fly Beibs ever again. Its not worth their trouble. Beiber is nothing to these jet pilots. They fly the Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Larry Ellison’s of the world. They would probably get on the tarmac, see beiber and turn around and leave.

      • Sloane Wyatt says:

        You know what you’re talking about, Stacey.

        A pilot who now flies one of the richest rulers in the world and who flew some other very famous billionaires over his long career, is not impressed with a celebrity blowhard. Of course, he only flew privately owned, gold plated jets complete with former presidential chef’s as their coworker.

        Pilots at this level have the super rich lining up to poach them away from their long time employers. Good pilots would never even agree to fly Bieber. Pilots don’t play.

  9. Froggy says:

    I have 3 sons and I can’t imagine for one second my husband encouraging the behavior Bieber’s father is encouraging and participating in. They are both so sad and pathetic.

  10. Tippy says:

    Interfering with the operation of a flight crew should , at the very least, land Bieber and his posse on the No Fly List.

    Hopefully Inspector Jellyfinger participated in this narcotics seach.

    • portlandjan says:

      I read elsewhere that he’s now on the Homeland Security Watch List. Which means that every time he returns to this country, Customs (and others) will be waiting for him.

  11. Anoninga says:

    Ugh. I live in Atlanta. This baby is as welcome here as snow.

  12. BestJess says:

    Presumably the flight attendant was serving them drinks & food. I really really hope she was at least spitting in it. I waitressed when I was a student and I can strongly advise people to never ever give the people handling your food a bad time. Believe me saliva is the very least of what you might get in revenge.

    • eliza says:

      TBH, I treat those who wait on me with respect and appreciation not because of fear but because I was raised that way and believe in treating service people politely.

      Many years ago I hostessed and worked retail and while most people were very nice, there were a few that were real pieces of work.

    • decorative item says:

      I worked in the service industry for years. Most people were good, but I had my share of nasty, rude, and hateful people as well. One thing that’s never OK is to spit in or foul someones food. I can’t stand the disgusting people who do this and justify it because the client was an arse. Basically, you are being just as revolting as they are, just in a more passive aggressive way.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        I agree decorative, but I think I have had similar experiences to BestJess (if I understand correctly). I never did anything to someone’s food, but I knew a lot of people who did.

        I used to have these regular customers that would come in during lunch and sexually harrass me. I hated what they would say, but I put up with it. One time they were trying to “teach me how to take a dollar tip” like stripper (aka trying to shove money down my pants and shirt as I was trying to do my job), and I hid in the kitchen with the cook because I couldnt stomach being around the customers. I learned afterwards that the cook specially prepared their sandwiches in my honor. I didn’t do it, I didn’t ask for it to be done, I didn’t know it before they ate it….but honestly, I didn’t feel so bad after I found out that it happened.

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  13. Trillian says:

    An a*hole dad has an a*hole kid. Surprise, surprise.

  14. eliza says:

    Yet the average man or woman on the street would be in jail now for jeopardizing a flight like that.

    I am sick of this punk brat and his behavior plus the fact he gets away with everything because either he forces someone else to take the fall or the cops can or will not do anything.

    The best thing would be for this brat to lose every cent he has and be left with a zero bank balance. Losing everything is the only way punks like that ever learn a lesson about life and the people in it.

    • TheOneandOnlyOnly says:

      From what I’ve read he’s going through something like 1 million a month; this will end soon if the parents of these tweeners stop forking over their money for concert tickets and all his other crap.
      What I want to know is when does he spend time on his “music” with all these shenanigans. Oh, that’s right, he has hired help for the music. Not only is he a punk, but he’s a talentless punk that has no respect for, or interest in, music.

      • Montréalise says:

        Excellent suggestion? Where would a 12-year-old get money for concert tickets except from Mom and Dad? I really wish parents everywhere would say “no” to their offspring’s request to buy tickets to see this do*che.

  15. Kiddo says:

    Civil suit?

  16. Mel M says:

    Ugh, if I see one more pic with that “duh” face of his. . .

  17. itsasecret says:

    About 2 years ago, I was at a restaurant in Stratford and the waitress told me a story. Jeremy Beiber came in and ordered food. He asked for a free meal The manager said they wouldn’t comp him. He pulled the “Don’t you know who I am?” card. they didn’t cave in.Apparently the guy has been a Jerk since high school. Hasn’t changed since by the sounds of it.

    • aquarius64 says:

      I wish we could hear more stories about managers and business owners that are not afraid to stand up to these jerks. And kudos to the reported nightclubs that have the gumption to bar Bieber from their establishments because he’s underage.

    • Montréalise says:

      That really bugs me, when a multimillionaire asks for free meals (or free anything, for that matter).

      • Tiffany :) says:

        Seriously. It is one thing if the establishment OFFERS as a sign of their appreciation of the business. Asking for freebies is tacky.

  18. Tx says:

    When he gets too old to sing for 12 year old girls (which he will) and they lose interest in him (which they will) this spoiled, awful loser will crash hard. Thanks to behavior like this, instead of feeling bad for him, we’ll probably all cheer

    • Monksolo says:

      I have no respect for him cause his only talent and source of his riches is his ability to make little girls want him and manipulate their feelings. When has that ever been acceptable?

  19. Markus says:

    Half of the stories about Justin Bieber are fake, it is hard to believe, that the pilot did nothing, to stop him or land the plane on the next airport. Mr. Bieber is in such trouble and could be deported, what is very unlikely to happen. There no need to make up such stories about him.

    • Shannon1972 says:

      If it was fake, then the plane would not have been searched by local law enforcement and the DEA upon landing. There are photos, and it was news here in NJ. Sadly, I think this one is true.

    • eliza says:

      I guess the interview on The Today Show was fake with members of the flight crew?

    • Emily C. says:

      This was reported on NBC, not Star. It is not fake. Also, calling this little brat “Mr.” is ridiculous.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      This information is coming from the flight documents.

  20. Shannon1972 says:

    I’ve been defending him for a while now, but I think I’m done. He is truly acting like a punk, and there is absolutely no excuse for abusing a flight attendant to the point of having to hide in the cockpit. I still think he had no shot at a normal life, and this track he is on was inevitable. However, his behavior has become so bad that at some point, he goes from troubled pop star to simply a terrible human being. And it seems like his dad is actually worse than he is! This idiot thinks he’s a teenager, and no doubt is egging his son on. Vile.
    I’m not going to cheer Justin’s downfall, which is probably coming at him fast, but I think some time off (away from “dad”) and some perspective/humility is in high order.

    • Lara Morgana says:

      He’s not “acting” like a punk. He IS a punk.

    • Maureen says:

      Look at Lainey Gossip’s post on this very topic from today (today being Thursday if you read this on Friday). She specifically wrote about his treatment of people and how he’s completely ballsy about being rude and abusive. He will look people IN THE EYE and speak to them in a rude and crude manner without batting an eyelid. LG said it would take her all day just to write up all the stories she’s heard about the appalling way he treats people.

      He IS a sociopath and a malignant narcissist. Make no mistake about it.

  21. aquarius64 says:

    This airline needs to do these things: ban Bieber and his crummy crew from using their services or take legal action. If that mile-high pot party incapacitated those pilots and it tragically led to on-air or on-the-ground fatalities, the PILOTS, the flight crew and the airline would have been held criminally or civilly responsible. I-didn’t-want-to-upset-a-celebrity-client is not a defense; neither is I-want-a-well-known-wealthy-troublemaker-as-a-client-for-the-prestige-and-the-fat-payday.

    • Stacey says:

      Are you seriously blaming the pilots for this incident? Beiber and his smoke buddies endangered the lives of everyone on that flight by disobeying the pilot. The pilot made a judgement call and landed the plane where he thought was safest. A pilot would never risk his life or anyone elses to fly some loser client. That I can assure you. Let me tell you something about the pilots who fly these private jets…A lot of them are ex-commercial pilots / fed ex pilots and they fly incredibly wealthy people (think the Larry Ellison’s and Bill Gates of the world) around on these private jet pilots and I can bet $ they are not impressed nor is their judgement clouded by Beibers unimpressive wealth & celebrity. If they were so concerned about being in with Beiber and retaining him as a client, they wouldn’t have reported their behavior to authorities in the AIR so the DEA and FAA would be on the ground to detain them after the flight. And just because the private jet company isnt making apublic statement does not mean they havent banned him.

      • aquarius64 says:

        No I’m saying the LAW may blame them if something goes wrong. Remember they declined to file charges against Bieber and his goon squad so they would be prosecuted in court. In the Court of Public Opinion and Law that’s what’s going to count – if they were such terrors why didn’t you press charges? Unfortunately failing to proceed comes off as protecting your job and the business at the expense of others, even if it wasn’t the intent.

      • Stacey says:

        Exactly whose expense and life and livelihood was at stake on this flight? The pilot and stewardess were the ones subjected to abuse from Justin Beaver and his goons. He directly endangered them by interfering with their flight and exposing them to large amounts of second hand smoke. I guess we must agree to disagree, I know many pilots and have profound respect for their skill and knowledge. Being a pilot is very serious and safety is #1 priority and pilots in general take their jobs very seriously. I really think you aren’t giving the flight crew a fair shake and are jumping to the conclusion their a bunch of fame struck groupies. Pilots have mad skills and seriously big balls (I dare you to learn to fly! :-) . It’s idiotic and insulting to the pilots to even suggest they would put Justin Beavers pot party ahead of their own safety and careers.

        I also don’t see the point in shaming them because they didn’t press charges. Why shouldn’t they protect their jobs? The flight crew are regular, anonymous every day citizens trying to do their job. They aren’t the cops and it’s not their job to ensure justice..they just fly the plane.

  22. Jaded says:

    This little weasel is building up a whole lotta bad karma. He’s going to crash and burn badly at some point and all the people he spat on and abused and used on his way up are going to rejoice watching him burn out.

  23. mommak918 says:

    His baptism searching bothers me. He makes a debacle out of everything.

    • idk says:

      Have you seen the huge Jesus tattoo on his leg lol?

    • Emily C. says:

      There are people who will forgive him instantly because he parades about as a “Christian”. That’s why he’s doing it.

    • Maureen says:

      I can’t understand why, if he’s a Christian and was raised Christian, he isn’t already baptized. Anyway, I don’t know I’m asking this. I couldn’t car less about this sociopath’s religious delusions.

  24. sapphoandgrits says:

    I know a lot of people on CB don’t like Taylor Swift, but I can’t help comparing her to him. She’s a responsible professional who control her money and career, and whose worst thing is writing songs about exes and posting a lot of Meredith pics (her adorable cat).

    • lunchcoma says:

      That’s fair, and this is coming from someone who’s not a big fan of Taylor Swift. I find her irritating and think she’s overrated as an artist, but she’s a basically decent, responsible, functional human and appears to be a very savvy businesswoman as well. Bieber was always a hack and now belongs in that special category reserved for trainwrecks.

      • sapphoandgrits says:

        I also wonder if he gives any money or time QUIETLY to charity, like Swift and a lot of others do.

      • idk says:

        @ sapphoandgrits

        I’m not a huge Justin fan, but he does do a lot of charity work. He holds the record for the most amount of wishes granted with the Make a Wish Foundation. He also gives a large amount of money to his Stratford food bank every year (where he and his mom used to get food when they were on welfare). He also just recently helped build a school in South America.

      • Maureen says:

        It’s all part of image. Look up the bio of ANY random celebrity. They all give to a charity. Every single one of them. Because — so it is believed — the public will never accept a filthy rich celebrity who doesn’t donate/support a cause.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      He could learn so much from TS.

  25. Ok says:

    I call a bit of BS on the story.

    If there was so much pot smoke in the cabin, the pilot would have just flagged the nearest airport and landed the plane.

    • Katija says:

      Not if it was a private chartered flight and they felt pressured. I work in PR and it’s shocking what people will let “high profile” people get away with.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      I disagree. The pilots did contact the authorities, so clearly they weren’t going to just let it go. They reached out to the law. It seems they upheld their legal responsibilities.

      Especially if this was a company like NetJets where he could have a charter flight package that costs hundreds of thousands of dollars, it is surprising that they contacted the authorities and released the flight details that show what they endured. This is a very unique situation.

  26. Lara Morgana says:

    Where is police brutality when you need it?

  27. Emily C. says:

    I hope the people who keep saying everyone’s a complete ass at 19 years old in order to defend Justin Bieber don’t think they can keep doing that now. Most people are raised to treat others with a certain amount of respect. This baby douche decided to harass a woman so much that she had to seek the protection of others. I bet Bieber and his entourage have done much worse to other women.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      “This baby douche decided to harass a woman so much that she had to seek the protection of others. I bet Bieber and his entourage have done much worse to other women.”

      I agree. I am seriously concerned about his behavior towards women. There is a pattern here.

    • Monksolo says:

      In Canada, Bieber or a member of his entourage, repeatedly struck a cabbie in the back of the head, forcing him to pull over, get out, and radio for the police. They took off when he did that. That was in the news a few days ago when they grabbed him in Toronto.

  28. skuddles says:

    Throw this little puke in jail already! SO sick of hearing about his disgusting, immoral, illegal, insanely entitled behavior. He needs a major wake up call/kick in the scrawny ass.

  29. Stephanie says:

    I’m wondering when he will have burned through all his money.

  30. St says:

    The most hilarious part on those photos is how he didn’t even took off those 2 huge golden chains. And was riding with them like an idiot. He didn’t even had the common sense to put them under his shirt. No. Just like all those rappers he has to show off how rich he is and how he can buy those expensive golden chains. …. Because he is rich you all. Never forget that you talk with the super rich person.

    • BeYourself says:

      I have two sons who have played hockey at the ages of these boys who posed for this photo with JB. It appears to me that every smile pasted on their faces looks forced. Boys that age despise JB and most, if not all, were probably thinking how good it would feel to check his boney arse into the boards. Too bad he had his bodyguards nearby and nobody could get away with that. Those gold chains worn outside of his sweater (jersey) are uber-ridiculous. Not to mention he’s higher than a kite in that first photo.

  31. JFS61 says:

    Shame that the pilots and the flight attendant just didn’t put on parachutes and bail out of the plane, as Biebs and his posse were so high they probably wouldn’t have noticed they were gone until the plane ran out of gas.

  32. Michele says:

    For these usual very private industries that cater to the rich and famous – industries that are normally very discreet and secretive – to be calling the police and notifying authorities he must be a real f’n puke head.

  33. Moi says:

    I’m pretty done trying to rationalize about Justin Beiber.

  34. MaRgOriTa says:

    Can I just add, that at what point, in our knowledge of drugs, do we or did we EVER know anyone to ever get aggitated or aggressive while hitting the bong or pipe?! so to go further with my question…or observation, what the hell is he lacing his weed with?! if it’s truly just weed, he is truly just an ASSHOLE and his father is a bigger asshole, bc what is Mr.’s excuse, being a full grown adult?! we already known the guy is a total deadbeat, doesn’t respect family, doesn’t take responsibility for his actions, children, or anything else for that matter…but seriously, this conundrum has been bothering me for days…my brother has an anger issue and when he smokes, he’s the most docile person you’ve ever met…and dare i say, a happy-go-lucky guy when he’s high?! so what the hell is justin and his dad’s problem?!!?! ha…not funny…but you get my drift.

    • Kath says:

      Actually, some people with disorders like schizophrenia or bipolar will have reactions to pot that make them act aggressively.
      My older brother goes batshit crazy on just pot, not laced with anything, as does one of my cousins. It hasn’t stopped either them from using, and they’ve both spent time in jail for assault and destruction of property while under the influence.

  35. Penny says:

    Is his father competing with Dina Lohan for Worst Parent of the Year?

    Justin and his father take douchebaggery to whole new levels. How this dipshit still has fans is beyond me.

  36. Tansey says:

    If I was that flight attendant, I would’ve told them all to fuck off and serve themselves for the remainder of the flight, then I would’ve sat near the cockpit and read a book while listening to music (with headphones), ignoring them the rest of the flight. If the airline threatened to fire me, or did fire me, I’d sue due to a hostile work environment. But that’s just me.

    I feel awful for the crew on that flight. Celebrity or not, there is absolutely no reason they should have to be subjected to that kind of crap from people. I really, really hope this little dingleberry is deported back to Canada and never allowed into the U.S. again.