Lately, a certain 19-year-old Canadian pop star has been frequenting the headlines, Justin Bieber’s most recent allegations as of February 7th. Apart from egging his neighbor’s house, driving while under the influence, driving with an expired license, and resisting arrest, the singer is now in trouble for his questionable behavior on a plane. While on a flight from Canada to Teterboro Airport in New Jersey last Friday, Bieber not only verbally abused a flight attendant but also ignored the pilot’s orders not to smoke pot on the flight. The flight attendant remained in the cockpit for the duration of the flight out of concern for her safety, as ordered by the pilot. (CNN)
According to law enforcement sources, the pilots were forced to wear oxygen masks to keep from breathing in the pot smoke and therefore failing the drug tests. At the Teterboro airport, the Drug Enforcement Administration and Immigration and Customs Enforcement identified the smell of marijuana, instigating a drug-sniffing search by dogs but no drugs were found. (CNN)
According to TIME, not only is Bieber in trouble with the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) over his troubled flight, he’s still in hot water over the egging charges placed against him. Bieber’s neighbor pressed charges against Bieber for egging his mansion in Calabasas, California, on January 9th and causing about $20,000 in damage. The prosecution is still deciding whether or not to charge him with a misdemeanor or felony. Justin’s iPhone was taken and is being searched for hints regarding his involvement in the egging. Deputies took the phone as part of the felony search warrant issues. Also, apart from the egging, other of Bieber’s neighbors have complained about the star’s behavior. They have called 911 on him several times, complaining about him speeding on their streets in fast cars or loud parties. One neighbor even complained that Bieber spat in his face last March. However, nothing was issued except warnings due to the lack of evidence.
Hopefully, Bieber cleans up his act soon and makes 2014 go a little bit better for him.