Justin Bieber & Dad Abusive To Flight Attendant: Refused To Stop Smoking Weed On Flight


Justin Bieber refused to stop smoking weed on flight

A police report claims that Justin Bieber, his dad Jeremy Bieber, and the rest of his entourage were very abusive to a flight attendant on a private jet to New Jersey headed to the Super Bowl.

The report also claims they refused to stop smoking marijuana after several warnings, resulting in the pilot having to wear an oxygen mask.

The singer and his entourage were being rude to the flight attendant, who later hid out in the cockpit to avoid them.

The report reads, “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. The flight attendant stated the passengers, including Bieber and his father, Jeremy Bieber were extremely abusive verbally and she would not work another flight with them.”

Justin and the other passengers were said to be smoking so much marijuana that it impaired the pilots ability to fly the plane. After they refused to stop, they were forced to wear oxygen masks.

After they landed at the private airport in New Jersey, Justin was questioned by officials separately because “in past examinations, Bieber had become argumentative and abusive when together with his security team.”

Bieber's plane searched by drug dogs

Two drug dogs boarded the plane and alerted authorities to the presence of drugs in three pieces of luggage.

The report stated, “One bag was labeled as belonging to Justin Bieber, one was listed as belonging to his personal assistant … and one [was] labeled as belonging to his personal trainer. [They] disavowed knowledge of the contents of the bags and stated they were actually Bieber’s bags, but they were forced to place their names on the bags.”

No members of the flight crew were willing to filed charges.

It’s becoming more obvious that Justin’s “greatest dad in the world” isn’t a parental figure, more of a buddy.

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