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New York (CNN) -- Justin Bieber and his father allegedly refused a pilot's warning to stop smoking pot during a flight from Canada to New Jersey on Friday, according to a law enforcement source.


A law enforcement official gave details to CNN about what the flight crew on the chartered jet told federal officials after they ferried Bieber and his entourage from Canada to New Jersey's Teterboro Airport. The official asked not to be identified.


Marijuana smoke was so strong in the jet's cabin that flight crew members put on oxygen masks because they were concerned they might inhale so much it would cause them to test positive for drug use, said the source.


The pilots repeatedly asked the pop star, his father, Jeremy Bieber, and other passengers to put away marijuana during the flight, according to the source. The pilot said the singer and his father were verbally abusive to the flight crew. This prompted the pilot to have the flight attendant stay close to the cockpit to avoid contact with Bieber as much as possible, the source said.


Bieber and his entourage of 10 were granted re-entry into the United States after a search of the chartered plane by federal officials, who said they detected an odor of marijuana after it landed at Teterboro Airport, a law enforcement official told CNN.


A number of federal agents from Customs and Border Protection, the Drug Enforcement Administration and Immigration and Customs Enforcement said they detected the odor, which prompted the search by drug-sniffing dogs, the source said.


No sign of drugs were detected and no illegal substances were found, a law enforcement source told CNN last week.


Bieber, a Canadian citizen living in the United States on a work visa, was detained by border agents for several hours of questioning. The interview is routinely conducted to ensure people entering the country are in compliance with U.S. law, another law enforcement source said.


A Customs and Border Protection spokesman declined comment, citing privacy requirements involving the questioning of people applying to enter the United States.


Bieber rep Matthew Hiltzik declined comment to CNN.


Bieber, 19, was arrested last week in Toronto, accused of assaulting his limousine driver in December.


He also faces charges of drunken driving, resisting arrest and driving on an expired license after being stopped by police in Miami Beach, Florida, last month.


The Los Angeles County district attorney is considering whether to charge Bieber with felony vandalism in the egging of his neighbor's house on January 9, 2014.




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Parece que o muleque tá fora de controle mesmo!!!


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Pilots on the flight hired by Justin Bieber and his flunkies for the Super Bowl were so overcome with marijuana fumes they were forced to wear oxygen masks.

The official report in to Friday’s incident also revealed how the obnoxious teen and his father were “extremely abusive” to a flight attendant.

The verbal assault was so bad during the flight from Toronto to New Jersey she was forced to seek refuge near the cockpit.

According to reports in the U.S. the 19-year-old’s leased, Gulfstream jet had 12 passengers on board when it was detained by officials at Teterboro airport.

“The captain of the flight stated that he warned the passengers, including Bieber, on several occasions to stop smoking marijuana,” says the official report of the incident.

“The captain also stated he needed to request that the passengers stop their harassing behaviour 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.”

Despite the luxury jet having a pressurised cabin the pilots choose to wear their oxygen masks to avoid inhaling marijuana and testing positive during any subsequent drug test.

A failure would have put the crew’s licence at risk.

According to sources, when the plane landed on Friday afternoon Drug Enforcement Agency, Customs, Border patrol agents and police boarded the jet.

They found there was still a strong smell of marijuana inside the cabin.

Two drug dogs then indicated the presence of the class B drug in three pieces of luggage, one of which belonged to Bieber, however no unsmoked cannabis was found.

The two other bags were listed as belonging to his personal assistant and his personal trainer.

However both “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,” according to the report.

No “contraband” was found but a second search found empty bags that appeared to have once contained pot.
None of the items could be linked to Bieber, his father, or their guests.

The “Boyfriend” singer was quickly separated from the other passengers as investigators carried out their searches.

The report stated “in past examinations, Bieber had become argumentative and abusive when together with his security team” which led to him being taken to a private area.

When interviewed the Canadian confessed to smoking marijuana and drinking alcohol, but stated he did not have any additional cannabis on him.

Bieber, his father Jeremy and 10 friends had flown in to the exclusive airport ahead of Sunday’s Super Bowl.

No members of the flight crew were willing to file charges against their passengers, so Bieber and his entourage were allowed to go on their way.

Bieber, who was recently charged while driving under the influence, resisting arrest, driving on an expired licence and assault, said he was due to watch the game between Seattle and Denver in a “private suite at the MetLife Stadium.

Following the game, which Seattle won 43 - 8, Bieber headed in to Manhattan to attend several post game parties.

However he was turned away by several clubs including the exclusive 1Oak.


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Mas e aí? Se os pilotos ficam afetados pelo efeito da erva e ocorre um acidente? Como fica a situação? Culpados, etc... Dependendo [pouco] costume que a pessoa tenha com maconha, fica um pouco desorientada...

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Mas e aí? Se os pilotos ficam afetados pelo efeito da erva e ocorre um acidente? Como fica a situação? Culpados, etc... Dependendo [pouco] costume que a pessoa tenha com maconha, fica um pouco desorientada...

 

 

Como fica a situação ? depende se todo mundo morrer eles vão decidir isso no inferno ahuuahhauhuahuah #brincadeira...

 

O certo seria o comandante alternar desembarcar os 2 e dane-se para nao falar fo.... rrsrsrs mas como é aviação executiva o piloto tem medo de perder o emprego, o cara poe a mascara continua o voo e depois so fala que isso ocorreu... o certo seria ferrar com a vida dos dois...

 

é uma situação simples que as pessoas tornam complicada....

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Mais um que não chega até os 30 anos de vida...

 

 

Enviado do meu iPad usando o Tapatalk

 

 

 

Desde que não vire um John Lennon pra história!

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Dizem q a idade fatal para esse tipo de celebridade é 27 anos, idade com que morreram diversos ídolos. Eu me pergunto se esse maluco chega até lá. ..

 

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Dizem q a idade fatal para esse tipo de celebridade é 27 anos, idade com que morreram diversos ídolos. Eu me pergunto se esse maluco chega até lá. ..

 

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com todo o respeito a todos os gostos, não dá pra comparar Justin Bieber com os integrantes do Clube dos 27

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