Justin Bieber Arrested in Miami for DUI, Drag Racing

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Welp. We knew this was coming. Justin Bieber was arrested in Miami for drunk driving and drag racing.

Justin Bieber was arrested for DUI and it wasn’t pretty — cops say Justin was wasted and resisted arrest … TMZ has learned.

Law enforcement tells us … Bieber was busted in Miami Beach and it didn’t end with DUI … he was also busted for drag racing.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … they believe Justin was under the influence of both drugs and alcohol.

The arrest occurred early Thursday morning.

Bieber is now in custody and is at the police department where he is being tested — presumably to more precisely measure his blood alcohol level.  Our law enforcement sources say Justin was given a field sobriety test at the scene … and failed.

His next stop will be jail, where he will be booked and processed and bail will be set.

We’re told Bieber had just left a club and was driving a yellow Lamborghini at the time cops spotted him in a residential neighborhood.

Sources say the person Justin was racing was also arrested.  We’re told that driver was Khalil, a well-known rapper on Def Jam Records.    He was in a red Lambo.

Justin had a passenger in the car — a model.

Based on what we know … the traffic stop was for drag racing and cops determined he was driving under the influence.

Via TMZ

HOT MESS. Get help, Justin.

UPDATE: Check out the police report

According to the police report — obtained by TMZ — cops approached Bieber’s car and they instantly realized he reeked of alcohol and had bloodshot eyes. He had a “stupor” look on his face.

The police report says … Bieber was defiant from the get-go, yelling at the cops, “Why the f**k are you doing this?” He also yelled, “What the f**k did I do. Why did you stop me?”

When the officer tried to perform a routine pat down, Bieber said, “I ain’t got no f**king weapons, why do you have to search me? What the f**k is this about?” Bieber claimed he wasn’t drunk and coming back from recording music. That’s not true, because we knew he was at a club.

Now the basis for the resisting arrest charge — Before the pat down, as Bieber got out of the car, he “kept going into his pants pocket.” The cop ordered him to put his hands on the vehicle, and Bieber initially complied but soon took his hands off the car, turned and then cussed out the cop.
The cop then grabbed Justin by the right arm, Justin pulled his arm away, and said, “What the f**k are you doing?”

The report says Justin was driving between 55 and 60 MPH in a 30 MPH residential area.

According to the police report, Biebs was driving with an expired Georgia drivers licence.

UPDATE:

…officials held a news conference and said, “[Justin] made statements he had consumed some alcohol, been smoking marijuana and consumed some prescription medication.

UPDATE: Bieber’s Mug Shot

bieber-mug

UPDATE:

Biebs had his court hearing. Check out his perp walk

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Bieber was arrested and charged:

Law enforcement tells us … Bieber was busted in Miami Beach and it didn’t end with DUI … he was also busted for resisting arrest without violence, drag racing and driving on an expired license.

bieber-hearing

Bieber has hired a high-powered attorney

It’s not exactly a capital offense, but Bieber hired the best … attorney Roy Black, who helped William Kennedy Smith beat the rape rap. He’s also repped Rush Limbaugh and Kelsey Grammer.

VIA TMZ

Biebs was partying with his Dad, who appeared to be enabling his behavior

Worst Parent Ever

Sources familiar with the situation tell us … 38-year-old Jeremy Bieber was not only present when Justin was arrested early Thursday morning … he was one of the people who helped block off the residential street so his son could drag race.

Via TMZ

UPDATE: Biebs left jail at approximately 2:30 PM ET. His bail was set at only $2500. As he departed, he climbed on top of an SUV and waved to a crowd of fans.

Justin Bieber

 
  • HermeticallySealed

    It was just a matter of time. I think he’s going to be in for a real rude awakening inside.

  • usedtobelucy

    Hey, he’s James Dean, man. Rebel without a cause in a Lamborghini.

    And he has an equally idiotic friend with a Ferrari.

    What’s next, I wonder?

  • Kirsten

    Well, we all knew this was coming. Hopefully he gets help before he or somebody else gets killed.

    Maybe the courts can mandate some drug/alcohol treatment since none of his 30 year old “friends” seem to worry about that sort of thing.

  • Holden17C

    I don’t care if Bieber destroys himself. I just don’t want him to take some innocent person who happens to be on the road at the same time with him.

  • James

    I live in South Florida and woke up to this news on the local morning shows.
    Maybe this will finally make this little boy grow up and stop acting like a five year old, but I am sure he will go to the “I am young” BS excuse and his mommy will tell everyone to stop picking on her little boy.
    Time to grow up Justin and stop acting like a dirt bag and people will stop calling you out for acting like a dirt bag.

  • Eilonwy_has_an_emu

    In Florida, a conviction for DUI while under age means a mandatory 6-month-minimum DL suspension. Both Florida and California (state presumably issuing Bieber’s DL) are members of the interstate Driver’s License Compact, so a suspension ruling issued in Florida means California will suspend the actual license. Whether California can enact its harsher penalties (one-year suspension), I’m not up for figuring out.

    But it’s likely that Bieber’s next vehicular offense will involve “driving with a suspended license” as part of the charges, as I doubt his pals will tell him not to drive.

  • Incipit

    “I doubt his pals will tell him not to drive.”

    Especially back in Calabasas, where he’s already been doing Residential Racing without Consequences. This is looking like a textbook case, from the ‘just a kid’ excuses to the looming tragedy of some sort. smh

  • tripp_ncwy

    Biebs, I see a stint in rehab in your future.

  • flog gnaw

    I’m currently judging all of his fans on Twitter defending his punk a$$.

  • chillj

    As long as the tragedy is his and not some innocent bystander…….

  • chillj

    Really.

  • Tess Herself

    The thing with Justin is that his people “KNOW” he is untalented and his charisma died with his “tweenie” persona and that the young, often naive, fans that still follow him will sooner, rather than later, move on to real life. He will be little more than a blip on some “what ever happened to?” online articles in the not to distant future. And as silly, and as gullible as some mothers and grandmas can be they, too, will “catch on” that this kid is nothing more than a punk with a mean, nasty streak who has been led to believe that he is “above” laws, and consequences and will stop buying for their daughters and granddaughters anything remotely connected with this guy.

    It takes a bit of doing…but tailspins ALWAYS happen for these manufactured tween Idols. His invitations to industry events will be few and far between and only half-baked promoters looking for the bottom dollar will even give him the time of day. And what insurance company will insure him….and without that he is dead in the water as far as a touring professional. Bye, bye Bieb…and I can’t say it was a pleasure knowing about you.

  • usedtobelucy

    The fact that he can afford such extremely fast cars puts the whole population in danger, unfortunately.

    A sense of entitlement doesn’t just mean you feel entitled to money and things but seems to include feeling entitled to act without any thought of other people as well.

    I wonder whether he has any good influences at all among his circle. At this point, it doesn’t look like it. And if not it’s hard to see what will stop him except some real disaster.

  • usedtobelucy

    What the heck are they saying?

  • Tess Herself

    I know the sentiment is always “doesn’t he have any good people around him” but life just doesn’t work that way. If someone is as basically mean and nasty and self-centered and ego driven as Justin HE needs to be the one being judged…not his advisors. What ever happened to self-respect, and self-awareness, and responsibility for one’s self. ALL of this falls on Justin’s shoulders…no one elses.

  • Miz

    He’s not old enough to rent a car. So will there be any repercussions for the person who rented it and allowed him to drive? How about for whomever served him the alcohol? How about his suppliers of the drugs?

    Bust him big time and all his enablers. This is not going to end well with the way Bieber is acting, and sadly his next run in with the law may be for manslaughter charges.

  • usedtobelucy

    Yeah, I completely agree with you that he’s the problem. I’m not blaming anybody else (well, I am blaming the circle he has who seem to be just as disastrous as he is). I’m just wondering whether or not there’s a possibility in the situation that something other than a complete tragedy could slow him down.

    People who are the problem — especially when they’re young like this — are very very unlikely to ever see that they’re the problem. While if there are some people around them who aren’t complete suckups and idiots, those people can sometimes intervene to a degree. Just wondering whether he has any rational people among his friends and family at all. Certainly doesn’t seem like it, I must say.

  • listening

    I hope his people, team and family, aren’t blinded by the money and
    get him help but they usually are and everything keeps snowballing so
    the public just sits and waits until….

    I mean are they even trying and he’s simply not listening. I just don’t get that impression last time I heard his mom speak out it was basically excuses so…

  • LeahKittyS

    Ugh. Why am I not surprised? I never liked his music (the only songs I have by him came with charity packages) but why couldn’t he at least be a good role model? There are plenty of famous people who can’t sing but are still decent human beings. And my sister wonders why I dislike him so much (she’s one of the many who thinks she’s going to marry him). The worst part is, she knows about this stuff and always makes excuses for his behavior. Not a good sign.

  • Tess Herself

    Having been in a situation where I was involved with a real person who dove off the deep end I KNOW that all the support and love and time and lectures and intervention don’t do one iota of good if the person isn’t open to listening. That is what is so sad for all of us….some people just CAN’t be helped!

  • No Thanks

    Justin is lucky this didn’t end like Paul Walker. Now will his family and Scooter Braun have the strength to pull the plug on their meal ticket and get him help?

  • Tess Herself

    If you have a driver’s license and are willing to pay the exorbitant insurance costs anyone can rent a vehicle. The over 25 rule is an insurance barometer not the actual age. Besides, he probably didn’t rent this from Hertz or Avis…he probably rented it from a dealership of some kind who thought the Bieber marketing was worth more than the risk involved.

  • No Thanks

    Justin is clearly emotionally stunted. Yes, he’s a legal adult and ultimately responsible for his own actions, BUT when he was underage and in desperate need of proper adult guidance, he was surrounded by yes men/women who didn’t want to displease their meal ticket.

  • Tess Herself

    Bieber is an ADULT. Unless the courts intervene you can’t commit him or “get him help” unless he is willing.

  • Sicola789

    Good. About time karma caught up with him.

  • Dancin VI#81

    im not a JB fan by any stretch of the imagination BUT this kid has a problem that needs help.. and all people do is ridicule him … funny though that people are outraged that xfactor may have been dissin demi for her problems … but JB is fair game to the masses
    get help Justin!!

  • johnkay

    Finally

  • Dianne

    Send him back to Canada!

  • Tess Herself

    Until Justin says “he needs help” he is fair game for all the outrage and ridicule that he gets. It isn’t like he is doing things behind closed doors…he is giving the finger to society on a daily basis and he should be called out for it.

  • usedtobelucy

    I agree. I’m not talking about support, love, time and lectures, though. I’m talking about: Refraining from any and all enabling.

    That can help, because I’ve seen it. And it doesn’t necessarily just help because the person goes on to hit rock bottom after it’s done. I’ve actually seen it wake somebody up a bit and ultimately lead to his getting help for himself.

    Now shutting off your enabling doesn’t necessarily work either, of course. And in this case he’s got money and he’s probably got an endless fount of new eager-to-be enablers out there ready to step in.

    However, he’s not exactly an utterly hardened criminal at his age and we don’t know that he’s a completely stupid lunatic. So if there are any people who mean something to him and whom he’s respected in the past, and they have the sense to back off and leave him to stew — and make clear why they’re doing it — it’s not outside the realm of possibility that he might eventually wake up because of it. That’s all I’m saying.

    I think most everybody is aware by now that, no, you can’t love and lecture addicts out of their addiction. But stopping your enabling behavior is also an action that people with sense can take.

    Fewer people will do that when either the rich or the young are involved, of course, as in this case.

  • usedtobelucy

    True that.

    All that “success” that some people get young by this route can turn very bitter and hollow down the road, unfortunately.

  • usedtobelucy

    He can hang out with Rob Ford.

  • Montavilla

    I agree. Someone in the “eggs” thread theorized that Justin wants out of game — or maybe just a break from it — and that he’s acting out as a subconscious way of getting it.

    I don’t give a hoot for JB as an artist, but I do care about him as a human being, and all these stories are showing me a person who is buckling under pressure. I hate to sound like a nanny, but I think he needs a time out.

    It’s kind of funny when it’s eggs getting smashed and the worst thing that happens is some plasterer gets to make money on a repair job. It’s not funny when it’s someone getting injured or killed in a car accident.

  • usedtobelucy

    Presumably this is who he rented it from:

    Another picture of Bieber posed in front of two Lambos with the caption,
    “Thanks to @loulavie and @internationallc for the whips,” was also
    deleted from Justin’s account. La Vie
    runs a luxury and exotic car rental service with offices in Miami and
    Palm Beach that offers rentals of a variety of cars including:
    Lamborghini, Ferrari, Maserati, Rolls Royce and Porsche.

    http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1720929/justin-bieber-dui-arrest-details.jhtml

    I have a feeling people have pulled all sorts of stunts in this guy’s cars.

  • maymay

    The jail is a better place for him. Otherwise he could die or kill someone sooner or later. Maybe he could become a gay in prison. Then his life becomes fresh and great for being a gay role model to impact the modern culture.

  • No Thanks

    That was me. Justin made those “I’m retiring” comments during the holidays. That’s why I think that if some of those people, like Scooter Braun, who profit from the Justin Bieber money machine, actually told Justin to take an extended break from the business to get well, Justin might listen. Because right now he’s probably getting pressure from all sides to keep the money train running.

  • YankeeFan08

    Bieber needs the people around him (managers, etc.) to act like adults and stop enabling his bad behavior and making excuses for it. It’s too bad that he’s in such a downward spiral. Hope he gets the help he needs before he hurts himself or others.

  • tripp_ncwy

    Likely not to happen since his own father is trying to relive his teen years through his son.

  • Sassycatz

    I wouldn’t be at all surprised if I’m proven wrong, but I’m just thanking the gods and goddesses that Beiber hasn’t gotten married or has a kid yet … within marriage or otherwise. In other words, he’s doing this destructive stuff only to himself and no one’s dependent upon him being a grown-up but the greedy enablers who should know better and leave him for a job with someone with some sense.

  • James

    That is exactly what his biggest problem is, he is surrounded by enablers including his mom.
    Instead of anyone around him acting like an adult they are scared to say something to him and get cut off from the gravy train, someone in his inter circle needs to step up actually be a responsible adult and tell Justin to stop acting like a little boy and start acting like a man.
    He thinks that just because he is Justin Bieber he can do whatever he wants and he is going to get a free pass on it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/earlene.peshnak Earlene Peshnak

    THIS BOY NEEDS TO GO TO REHAB, HE IS WAY OUT OF CONTROL

  • Trina

    I’m glad he was arrested before he actually killed someone. This kid needs some serious help. I have no tolerance for drunk driving. I read Scooter has been trying to help him for a while but Justin being the little punkass he is has been fighting him. I hope jail gives him a REAL wakeup call and then a trip to rehab. Sadly I’ve dealt with an addict in my family and you cant force them to go to rehab, the hardest part is first getting them to admit they have a problem.

  • maymay

    Now, Biber is officially retiring by being arrested and going to jail.

  • tripp_ncwy

    Bieber mugshot;

    pic.twitter.com/Ck8ULDchoG

  • usedtobelucy

    Well, that’s the face of “I’m so gonna beat this rap,” if I ever saw it.

    Also: Is it just me, or does he look weirdly like Miley? Without the tongue, of course.

  • HermeticallySealed

    That douchebag grin says it all. It’s all one big joke to him.

  • Eilonwy_has_an_emu

    If that’s not a Photoshop, then I’d say the anti-depressants are working nicely. In no way does this young man appear depressed!

  • Guest

    The two responding post below me is spot on. Mommy Bieber is an enabler too busy riding the fame of her son. Bieber has an ego and head toooooo big. At this point, it’s really up to him to help himself.

  • Ronnie D

    He is lucky he didn’t kill someone. He needs a BIG reality check before he really hurts himself or someone else.

  • flog gnaw

    “Everyone makes mistakes.”, “The media is harassing him and blowing it out of proportion.”, “It was peer pressure.”, and “He wasn’t even driving.” were some of the responses I saw. Of course there are some level headed fans who hold him responsible for his actions, but then there are just some who will put the blame on everyone else except their beloved “idol”.

  • usedtobelucy

    Thanks.

    And, geez. …

  • Holden17C

    Behold the narcissism.

  • tripp_ncwy

    I guess his Proactiv endorsement deal ran out.

  • Aavari

    This just makes me sad. I’m not a fan by any stretch, but I used to admire the kid for his hard work. Now I’m just disgusted.

    I know he is an adult, but he is a person who grew to adulthood within a surreal celebrity fishbowl and a culture which breeds entitlement. So he just got older, he didn’t actually mature. And I don’t think that’s all his fault; some responsibility needs to be shared by the adults who’ve been influencing him throughout this time. Of course he has to take responsibility for his own actions, but what happens when a person has never been taught how to do this? I’m equally disgusted by the adults around him, as I am by Beiber himself.

    I’m really glad he’s been arrested. I hope that he gets sent to serious rehab, and starts learning how adult human beings are supposed to behave.

  • No Thanks

    Maybe that smile means “Maybe they’ll let me retire now!”

  • Montavilla

    Right. How does anyone get the wisdom to walk away when everyone and everything tells you that fame, money, and achievement are the goals in life? How are kids supposed to throw away everything the world tells them to want?

  • Montavilla

    I hope so. At least he might get a few days away from the overstimulation.

  • No Thanks

    He’s like Dudley Dursley from Harry Potter who’s parents indulged his every whim.

  • Montavilla

    Well, the good news was the Dudley grew up a little bit by the end of the series.

  • tripp_ncwy

    Miami Beach Police Bieber police report:

    pg 1 pic.twitter.com/jbkp1GeFE2
    pg 2 pic.twitter.com/UTgPkBuI82
    pg 3 pic.twitter.com/ucJ6qnLr1T

    Full Report .pdf: http://tmz.vo.llnwd.net/o28/newsdesk/tmz_documents/0123_bieber_police_report.pdf

  • L. R. M. L.

    So agree with you. He started as a child and never had the chance to grow up like most kids do. He now thinks the world owes him and that he can do what he wants. He doesn’t even have parents who can guide him in the right direction.

    Not surprising that he is acting the way he is right now. He’s a young man who has completely lost his way. Now what he needs is not being put down but HELP BIG TIME. Hope he gets it before it is too late.

  • No Thanks

    Did he?

  • girlygirl

    This might be the first time I’ve seen someone smile in a mug shot. This guy never makes the news for his music anymore — just for all the crap he pulls. He obviously doesn’t care about his career — maybe all his fanatical fans should get a clue and not care anymore either. If they stop supporting him, maybe that would be the push he needs to finally get help. He’s an adult, yet he has never had to take any responsibility for his actions. It’s time he starts doing that. However, I’m not counting on any of this happening.

  • HermeticallySealed

    In the books he did, not sure if they actually showed it in the movies.

  • girlygirl

    I’m sorry, but there are lots of child stars who grew into adulthood just fine. We don’t hear about them much, because people living normal lives who don’t get arrested don’t make the news.But for every Bieber or Lindsay Lohan or Amanda Bynes, there is a child star who managed to navigate the perils of fame at a young age just fine.

    I do blame his family and team in part for all this, but Bieber also needs to take responsibility for his own actions.

  • Eilonwy_has_an_emu

    Wait, so Bieber’s DL was issued in Georgia and was expired? So we don’t have to wait for the next offense for the “driving without a valid license” charges?

    Georgia also belongs to the interstate Driver’s License Compact, so that license won’t be renewed if Bieber’s convicted of under-age DUI in Florida.

  • Trina

    IIRC Bruno Mars had a big smile on his face when he was arrested. It reeks of smug.

  • Incipit

    “If you have a driver’s license and are willing to pay the exorbitant insurance costs anyone can rent a vehicle.”

    Maybe the only relevant qualifier is “willing to pay”. When I first saw this, I went to a Canadian news site – and listened to Miami Beach Police Chief Raymond Martinez – no one is talking about what they said on the subject of the Drivers License –

    “He also has a ‘no valid driver’s license’ out of the state of Georgia”

    Georgia? Why – because of their Class C license for 16 to 18 yr olds? The rental agency with the pricey vehicles didn’t check on the license presented to them? Or let it go because either Bieber claimed he wouldn’t be driving, or just plain “Money Talks”?

    He’s already in deep yoghurt, without anything but property damages (that we know about), until this arrest. I hope Miami does more than rap his knuckles, for a change!

  • usedtobelucy

    It’s gotten to be a trend among the rich and famous, I think. They know their mugshots are going to hit the press, and obviously the pr people have been hitting hard in the past few years on having your mugshot show you not looking like a criminal, derelict, or sad person.

  • usedtobelucy

    Of course, it took Voldemort nearly destroying the planet to accomplish this. heh

  • tripp_ncwy

    To make matters worse isn’t Bieber just 19yrs old? How does he get in a club and getting served alcohol.

  • Larc

    Minimum drinking age in Florida is 21. Bieber isn’t even 20 yet. Info on his age is openly available. If he was served at the club he was in before he raced, they should lose their liquor license.

  • Larc

    He will be 20 March 1.

  • Trina

    Indeed

  • helo23

    Okay. Yes, I agree he’s a hot mess and is as much of an attention whore as Miley, but LMAO at that mug shot. Very memorable. Why are celebs smiling in mug shots? Bruno smiled in his too.

  • Guest

    According to TMZ, his FATHER, Jeremy Bieber, was partying with him earlier & actually set up the cars to block the street for the drag race! Enabler.

  • No Thanks

    Really!? That explains a lot.

  • Larc

    It’s an automatic reaction to cameras. With many celebrities, it’s the same frozen smile in every shot.

  • AndyB11

    Nobody got hurt so he’ll probably get probation. Dude needs to spend some time in the Big House.

  • usedtobelucy

    He is rich and famous.

  • b_james

    Stick a fork in him. He’s done.

  • Guest

    JUSTIN BIEBER’S DAD PARTNER IN CRIME

    Justin Bieber’s father helped facilitate the insanely stupid moves of his son that landed him in jail … TMZ has learned.

    Sources familiar with the situation tell us … 38-year-old Jeremy Bieber was not only present when Justin was arrested early Thursday morning … he was one of the people who helped block off the residential street so his son could drag race.

    It’s even worse … Jeremy was in SET nightclub just before the arrest with Justin and was around him all day, when the self-confessed little pothead was smoking weed.

    As we reported … Justin admitted that he was under the influence of Rx drugs, alcohol and weed at the time of his arrest … and Justin’s dad was right there in the mix.

    Daddy Bieber is living the dream and is an enabler. Why is this NOT shocking?

    Read more:

    http://www.tmz.com/2014/01/23/justin-bieber-dad-jeremy-bieber-dui-arrest-father/

    http://ll-media.tmz.com/2014/01/23/0123-justin-bieber-dad-3.jpg

  • usedtobelucy

    He was, as they say, behind the door when they passed out the good parents.

    Awful. He’s not just an enabler, he’s an enabler to the 10th power. And I don’t get the feeling that mom is much better.

  • No Thanks

    He’s the male Dina Lohan.

  • usedtobelucy

    Indeed.

  • Stooch

    Glad you can judge the mother, the guys an adult now and whether she disapproves or even tries to improve his behavior, it kinda falls on deaf ears when Daddy’s there telling him that he is acting fine or show him how to act. I love how today everything is the parents fault (although justified with dad in this case). I’ve seen many people with great parents do stupid things and it’s all on them (the individual). I’m not gonna excuse this Punks actions by blaming mommy. But I will say this if I had done that, my Dad would have kicked my A$$, even at 20…..maybe that’s what was missing in his formative years lol

  • justmefornow

    I wish I could up vote this more than once, lol.
    Someone needs to kick both his father’s and his ass now, btw.

  • tripp_ncwy

    E! News @ENews
    #BREAKING RT @eonline Justin Bieber faces the judge for his DUI arrest—the cost to #FreeJustinBieber? A $2500 bond.

    pic.twitter.com/9adLevzNm4

  • tripp_ncwy

    TMZ: It’s not exactly a capital offense, but Bieber hired the best … attorney Roy Black, who helped William Kennedy Smith beat the rape rap. He’s also repped Rush Limbaugh and Kelsey Grammer.
    http://www.tmz.com/2014/01/23/justin-bieber-court-appearance-jump-suit-arms-tattoos-arrest-dui-resisting-arrest/#ixzz2rFORNWIH

  • Aavari

    That’s awful. What’s wrong with people?

  • Incipit

    The Miami Beach Police Chief Raymond Martinez said this morning:

    “He also has a ‘no valid driver’s license’ out of the state of Georgia”

    Georgia? Why – because of their Class C license for 16 to 18 yr olds? The rental agency with the pricey vehicles didn’t check on the license presented to them? If it even was? Like the club served him beer even though he’s not 21? Why, because Money Talks? More than just the parents, entourage and BSC fans are the enablers here.

    IMO. Of Course.

  • Aavari

    Of course. But I can’t help but be appalled at the lack of parenting or adult role models he seems to have had. That just really disturbs me.

  • shell29

    SMH.

  • Eilonwy_has_an_emu

    Georgia? Why – because of their Class C license for 16 to 18 yr olds?

    Presumably because he’s a Georgia resident and was living in Atlanta at the time he got the license. He still has a house in Atlanta, thus the residency.

    Georgia doesn’t issue a Class C license to 16- to 18-year-olds. It’s a class D (restricted), and then you can upgrade to a class C (unrestricted) at 18, which Bieber would presumably already have done since he’s almost 20. http://www.dds.ga.gov/faqs/index.aspx?faqcategoryid=42

    Since he’s over 18, he could have had an unrestricted license in California if he’d chosen to establish residency there; choosing Georgia seems to be purely a residency issue.

  • usedtobelucy

    Did I say I wasn’t blaming Justin? Nope. I didn’t. I blame him, I blame his dad, and, from a bunch of other stuff I’ve read, I blame his mom for her part in the family shenanigans.

    Just because the kid *is* to blame, doesn’t mean his parents are blameless. Sometimes they are. But in this case they pretty clearly aren’t. When you’ve got parents jumping onto a young teenagers’ gravy train, their judgment is often impaired to begin with or gets that way down the line. Pretty clear that one or the other or both of those has been the case with both of Bieber’s parents.

  • shell29

    If things don’t change quickly Justin is headed for an early grave. I’m not sure if this is going to be the ‘wake up call’ he needs. I hope it is but I’m not optimistic.

    I’m not a Bieber fan by any stretch but I find all of this sad. He’s out of control.

  • Incipit

    OK, that’s why his invalid license was from Georgia. And I see their Class D license is for drivers 15 to 18 – so Bieber was not licensed to drive “between 12 a.m. and 6 a.m. No exceptions.” But it was expired anyway. Why the rental agency don’t have a system to check on the license is the better question, I think.

  • Stooch

    I’m not a bieber fan so I don’t know his career arc or things that occurred. But did he have any major issues before 18 years of age. With his money that’s when he probably “flew the coup” I think. I know when I left for school my parent outside my grades, had very little input on how I live my life. So although I never committed any crimes, well at least any “felonies” lol, I can admit I did some things and had some experimentations which would have not have sat well with the values they taught me. These experience help define me as a person, but it was me as an individual who was responsible and always knew where to draw the line. I also seen some people with great parenting fall off the edge and take thing a little too far and they are the only ones to blame for their decisions.

  • Eilonwy_has_an_emu

    And I see their Class D license is for drivers 15 to 18 – so Bieber was not licensed to drive “between 12 a.m. and 6 a.m. No exceptions.”

    D’oh, right, the expiration date last summer would mean Bieber got the Class D license for teens a few months after turning 15 (rather than immediately at the birthday) and then let it expire without moving up to a grown-up license. I hadn’t gotten my mind around the dates, partly because I’m of a time and place where everybody wanted a “real” license at the earliest possible moment.

    And it looks like Bieber had speeding tickets in the year prior to the license expiration, which may have affected his ability to get the regular license. Or he was just too damned lazy to bother and figured he’d ignore the rules.

  • Eric Ascher

    All of my thoughts have already been echoed. But I’ll post them anyway.

    Bieber is an idiot. He was doing great in the industry and then he screwed it up by being a brat. I lost 100% of my respect for him when he wrote in the Anne Frank Museum Diary. Since then its been nothing but trouble with this kid. To call him arrogant is an understatement.

    But honestly, my biggest question from this is what the hell is his management smoking? When Harry Styles was sleeping with different women every night, his team put an end to it SUPER quickly. It is nuts how poor of a job Bieber’s team has been doing for him.

    To close my mini-rant, thank you karma. The downward spiral began a while ago but now there is little to no chance of recovering.

  • tripp_ncwy

    In this pic from E News isn’t that Beiber’s dad in the background?

    See Justin Bieber Just Hours Before DUI Arrest—Exclusive Pics!
    pic.twitter.com/BhWpX1Bdhq

  • listening

    WOW I had asked earlier in the thread has Justin’s people, team and parents, tried to help him. You know with an intervention and threw out the possibility that they had and he’s simply not listening but apparently that was just wishful thinking on my part. His dad was a participant helping his son drag race while under the influence and doped up, are you kidding me. I theorized that no intervention had occurred b/c the last thing I heard from mom was excuses she’d make for Justin. I hadn’t even mentioned dad but this is much worse he’s in the passenger seat of Justin’s downward spiral.

  • usedtobelucy

    Yeah, I totally get that Justin is to blame for a lot of this. I never said that he wasn’t. And, yeah, of course some people go off the rails completely of their own accord.

    However, I’m skeptical of analogy you’re making between his life and the life of an average kid or his life and the life of a show-biz kid with more balanced and mature parents. Some people who go off the rails, especially in this situation, have help in getting derailed — from people in the entertainment world, and, yeah, even from their parents.

    Were your parents desperate messed-up famewhores who tried to live out their own unrequited dreams of child-entertainment stardom by trying to make you a YouTube star as a preteen? JB’s parents are.

    Did you make millions of dollars as a teen that both you and your parents could live off of, and did your parents do little or nothing to discourage your gradually being surrounded by a band of people who were happy to use your for their own ends while massively feeding your ego in ways that would be damaging to any teenager? His parents apparently did.

    Would your parents have tried to ride on your fame by getting books published that never would have existed had they not been your parents? Or might they have refrained from using their relationship to their child to achieve things for themselves? His mother chose the latter.

    Some show-biz parents are partly to blame for this kind of situation. Do you think that Lindsay Lohan’s parents bear no responsibility, just because she’s of age now?

    And while there are plenty of cases of people going totally haywire with good parenting, I’d be willing to bet that there are a few more cases of people going totally haywire with bad parenting. To say that parents never bear any responsibility, especially when they’re the ones who allowed their child to be thrust into the dangerous life of Hollywood in the first place, is completely unrealistic, it seems to me.

    And, of course, JB himself bears lots of responsibility. But here there’s a lot of responsibility to go around, I expect.

    That’s all I’m saying.

  • tripp_ncwy

    JustJared: Justin Bieber Leaves Jail, Waves to Fans After Arrest

    http://www.justjared.com/2014/01/23/justin-bieber-leaves-jail-waves-to-fans-after-arrest/

    ETA: Really dude.

  • OMG

    Mom gave me drugs.

    Justin’s mom is an enabler and gives him drugs.

    Justin Bieber just ratted on one of his drug suppliers to police — telling cops, HIS MOM is the one who gave him the prescription medication he took shortly before his DUI arrest.

    More:Justin Bieber just ratted on one of his drug suppliers to police — telling cops, HIS MOM is the one who gave him the prescription medication he took shortly before his DUI arrest.

    Read more:

    http://www.tmz.com/2014/01/23/justin-bieber-mother-xanax-urine-test-pee-weed-marijuana-cannabis-downers/

    http://ll-media.tmz.com/2014/01/23/0123-justin-bieber-article-getty-mom-1.jpg

  • Jake W.
  • Larc

    Signs are Justin’s parents may look at him more as a cash cow than as a son. If so, that’s pathetic and could account for some of his obnoxious behavior.

  • Eilonwy_has_an_emu

    Well, just about any musician has fans of an intensity that, if he ran over and killed a small child who was carrying a puppy, then ate the puppy, those fans would be on about how it’s not like he really did anything wrong.

    The size of Bieber’s fan base means that even if he has only the normal percentage of diehards, their raw numbers are impressive.

  • Niall

    I’m not convinced he needs rehab for drugs so much as he needs a good therapist who can help him sort out what’s real and (more importantly) WHO is real in his life. I think he has many “friends” who wouldn’t be friends anymore if they couldn’t live in his house, drive his cars, and go to exclusive night clubs. He’s never had a normal life with boundaries and rules. He probably did believe the officers last night had no right to arrest him. It’s not like anybody else around him holds him accountable or tells him “no.” His mom, dad, and manager have created a monster.

  • Ugonna Wosu

    apparently his dad organized the race, wonder why HE wasn’t arrested?

  • Stooch

    Those are all fair and valid points, but IMO Justin’s moral compass would have been established to a larger part in his formative years before he came into the spot light. Did she provide a good home, help him excel in school keep him clothed and fed and loved. How much was the father around during those formative years and what was that influence (judging recent events probably not good if he was around much).

    By what I have seen from all accounts he was well adjusted and very nice and decent when he entered the business, so that is telling to me. I guess his mom could have had similar issues dealing with the instant fame and not done things perfectly is completely understandable. But unless there are situation where she was allowing Justin to get drunk and party after shows, ignore drug use and other such things, I can’t put things on her. He seemed to have a good group of friends and associations while he was a minor, things seemed to have changed for me when he turned 18. Here’s my point, whether your famous or normal at 18 in most circumstances your parent don’t have the power to control you action but more just have an opinion on what you are doing.

    The people I would hold more responsible are the people who should know how things work in this world, the Scooter’s and Usher’s. Let’s be honest these are the people who will know better than Mom what Justin’s really doing, like girls he hooking up with, parties he’s going too and what happens at those places. They are better judges of the company he keeps and the things he’s doing, trust me when I say my mom has no clue about half the things I done over the years. A son’s relationship with their mother is a mysterious thing, we don’t want our mother’s to know about everything we do. Now his father seems like a very bad character and this always happens when they try to be a friend first and father second. I’m just stating from my perspective seeing how he was when entered the business and how he acted up till he was 18, his mother did the best she could under such a situation, and yes she was less than perfect but most are. I highly doubt she is happy about he action’s of last night and the past year, and those actions are on him and his team, cause of the company he keeps and the places he goes

  • Ugonna Wosu

    yes, Bieber is not the only bad boy, but Bieber is the only one raked over the coals.

  • Eilonwy_has_an_emu

    Bieber is not the only bad boy, but Bieber is the only one raked over the coals.

    Oh, nonsense! It’s true that your average Joe Blow won’t get this level of publicity for drunk driving, but it also isn’t news when Joe Blow goes to a trendy restaurant, dates a hot chick, or chooses a shirt. Joe Blow is not a celebrity.

    If it were a member of One Direction or The Wanted who was up to these antics, the tabloids would be all over it, just as they are with Bieber. Heck, Lindsay Lohan’s arrests got plenty of attention. Bieber’s not being treated unusually for a celebrity.

  • usedtobelucy

    Wonder which of his enablers called Roy Black.

    The enabling will never stop with this guy because of all his money, unfortunately.

  • Montavilla

    Lazy or busy. I’m not excusing him at all, and I’m hoping this arrest is a wake-up call for him and his entourage, but I could see how a touring pop star might have trouble finding time to upgrade his driver’s license. Especially if it involved more than sending in a form. Yipes. That reminds me — I think my license expires this year!

  • usedtobelucy

    That’s what I wonder. They nabbed the two 19-year-olds, but was blocking off a public street so two just-barely-adult DUI guys could race not illegal in some way? Something seems off there.

  • Montavilla

    Where’s Tyrion Lannister when you need him?

  • usedtobelucy

    “I lost 100% of my respect for him when he wrote in the Anne Frank
    Museum Diary. Since then its been nothing but trouble with this kid. To
    call him arrogant is an understatement.”

    And at least part of the arrogance comes from the fact that he seems to know absolutely nothing so he has zero sense of proportion in any way. The Anne Frank remark. The “Sixteen Chapel.” Etc.

    You’d think that, when he was younger, his management or his family might have pushed hm to learn a *little* something — even against what, I’m sure, would have been his fierce resistance — just so he wouldn’t look like a complete ass in public as he got older and people started expecting him to talk like an adult. But whether they tried or not, it certainly never happened.

  • EB

    He really needs new management that actually have control over him and his best interest at heart, which may lead to also as importantly, better friends. He seems to find such obvious mooching scum that he gets into so much trouble with, his parents included I’m sure. You are the company you keep and all that.

    But maybe he wouldn’t listen and then what can you do. But I really think what’s clearly missing here is that stabilizing influence in his life… just one person that isn’t completely using him and leading him further astray. It’s sad.

  • EB

    I can believe that. And I suppose dad bought him the booze since he was along with the party. Nice going, terrible parents.

  • Montavilla

    If he was an underage actor (in California), he would be protected by law and required to spend a few hours with a teacher each working day. I don’t know that underage musicians have any such protection. If not, it’s up to their families to make sure their children are not completely exploited.

  • Eilonwy_has_an_emu

    I would sympathize, except there’s a gap in his Believe tour from May 13 to June 21, which is right in the correct time frame for dealing with the license. From the news, it looks like he spent the entire time in California, mostly partying.

    Georgia has a much lower top bracket for its state income tax (6% versus over 12% for CA), so I see why he’d want to maintain Georgia residency. But get on the friggin’ plane and get the license, or don’t drive. He’s got an entourage; it’s not like he’d have to take the city bus.

  • HermeticallySealed

    Just another opportunity for publicity as far as he is concerned.

  • Kaylo17

    No they wouldn’t.

    Case in point. they’ve been numerous pictures of members of One direction smoking weed. Number of news stories about it from major publications like TMZ? Close to zero.

    Bieber on the other hand got so much news and so many stories that it became ridiculous. I’m not justifying Bieber’s antics but it always feels like the media is out to get him.

  • Mel432

    That’s what happens when you make way too much money and have way too much worldwide fame at such a very young age (Britney). He also must think he is God’s gift (his mother said so much), but he needs a reality check.

    Someone upthread said his people didn’t think he was talented. I have to disagree. He’s not the best singer, but he can sing, and he IS very, very talented.

  • Guest

    I think it’s the same guy in the foreground… it’s Bieber’s body guards.

    http://img2.timeinc.net/people/i/2014/news/140203/bieber-2600.jpg

  • september21

    Too much. I will say – his hairstylist should be proud.

  • usedtobelucy

    I take your points.

    I just think it took him longer than five minutes to get this entitled. And we don’t share the view that mothers are naturally huge moral compasses!

    Don’t believe that he was this great kid who just turned on a dime at age 18 and became this jerk.Yeah, he was unobtrusive when he was younger, but he was new on the scene and very young and a sense of entitlement builds over time.

    I taught high school for years and know a lot about late-teen explosions of bad behavior — but his looks to be really something out of the ordinary to me because of the entitlement thing, which is not something you just develop out of youthful rebellion. You get it out of the climate you live in.

    And whatever else his mother did or didn’t do, she did make heroic efforts to get him into show business as a preteen — while at the same time admitting that she wanted herself to be a child star. So — she was getting him to fulfill her dream, which is a crummy thing to do to any kid.

    And as far as her pushing him to excel in school — Well, sure doesn’t look like it because he’s proven again and again that he’s a total ignoramus. So if she tried, she certainly failed.

  • Lexie O’Neill

    If the Idols are any indication, the law applies to musicians as well…

  • Stooch

    Completely un-related, but I’m a Tennis fans and a young female player (Eugenie Bouchard) I have been watching since her junior days had a major break through at the Australian Open and just lost her match in the Semi Finales last night. After her quarter final win an on court reporter asked if she could have a date with any celebrity who would it be , she answered Justin Bieber and got a lot ribbing for it here in Canada lol. She got a tweet yesterday from Justin wishing her luck and it was brought up in her post match presser, where she was a little smitten, Than this happened, I’m betting she’ll have a boyfriend within a week (maybe a fake one), cause that’s all they would talk about here in Canada and in the Tennis world with regard to her. Poor girl, bet she wishes she hadn’t been a young teen during Bieber Mania LOL

  • usedtobelucy

    I think it applies to any working kid, actually. There have been compulsory schooling laws to prevent railroading kids into the workplace in every state since 1918.

  • usedtobelucy

    Well, with the Roy Black and the climbing onto the car roof and the $2500 bond and all, I guess we know already that this isn’t the rock bottom that the Biebs needs to hit before he awakens.

  • Larc

    Maybe everybody realized it would be a waste of time and effort. You can’t plant seed in a rock.

  • Amy Beth

    I know most people think this is about the excesses of celebrity. But I have the sneaking suspicion that this is what Justin Bieber was meant to do. Only the locale would be a small town in Canada, the cars would have been junkier and the female companions skankier.

  • Anna106

    His mug shot may be his new album cover since he is trying so hard to get some ‘street cred’…lol That perp walk picture is just hilarious! Would love to know what those guys escorting him in are thinking!!

  • Guest
  • bridgette12

    Biebs is just clueless. He’s like Michael Jackson in a sense, totally insulated by surrounding himself with enablers who won’t tell him when he’s wrong and family members just as screwed up as he is.

  • fuzzywuzzy

    Bieber is going to have to serious injure or kill someone before something is done.

  • Tess Herself

    And who should be doing something? We can’t expect law enforcement to stop functioning and just focus on this over grown turd. The only people that can do something are the promoters, record producers, personal management, and his fans. Just stop supporting this guy and he may wake up…doubtful, though. He seems to not have a moral center…something alluded to earlier.

  • bridgette12

    Can we deport the whole Bieber family? Don’t they miss their homeland and I’m sure Canada is missing them.

  • CanadianLady

    Not really. Wasn’t he still a nice kid when he left here?

  • CanadianLady

    Bet she wishes the sports commentator interviewing her had asked her a question about tennis and her amazing achievement instead of a sexist, idiotic question. I was wishing she’d just said not going there.

  • Stooch

    That was my first thought, but I was doubly surprised cause it was a women asking the question. And I’m sure she’s gonna a PR tutorial when she get back to her camp lol

  • Ronnie D

    Why go back to Canada when they fit right in here in the good ol USA lol

  • Stooch

    LOL it’s the American fans who have made him, he’s not well liked in these parts. But most Canadian say they don’t own a Nickelback CD, so maybe we just like hating our own LOL

  • bridgette12

    Don’t blame us Americans, were not the one who produced this little thug and sent him across the border to your closest neighbor and greatest ally.

  • bridgette12

    I never realized just how evil Canadians are, because I forgot about Nickelback. You people have fooled the rest of the world with your pretty smiles, great hockey and sweet maple syrup, but we American know who you are, you hate us and you sent your greatest operative(Bieber) to destroy our youth and egg houses.

  • usedtobelucy

    Billboard helpfully provides us with a calendar of JB’s greatest moments from the past year:

    http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/pop-shop/5885001/justin-biebers-troubling-timeline-25-unfortunate-moments-from-the

  • tripp_ncwy

    Z100 Bans Justin Bieber’s Music (Portland)

    http://www.z100portland.com/pages/talent_felix.html?article=12000235

  • Karen C

    I think part of what happened in the past year was also to transition his image to a more adult artist, but I think he’s gone way to far now.

  • Karen C

    From his mugshot it looks like he wasn’t taking this seriously enough. Glad no one got hurt and hope no one does before he gets help,

  • CanadianLady

    Wasn’t it Scooter Braun and Usher who found him and took him far away from home back when he was 13?

  • chillj

    The nightly news on NBC brought up the possibility of The Bieber’s visa being rescinded and him being deported back to Canada. That might be the best thing for him, actually.

  • Kariann Hart

    Time for Justin to grow up, but this is something he needs to want. Too bad he doesn’t have strong parents to support him.

  • Guest

    Oh me, Oh my!

  • CanadianLady

    The problem is that fame and money all look so good – few people ever pay much attention to the negative factors.

  • stef

    That has to be the happiest mug shot I can recall seeing. Perhaps he doesn’t want to discriminate between a police photographer and someone who did publicity shuts for him when he was 16.

    Is he wearing trash bags for pants, or is that a new fashion I have (thankfully) missed?

  • Disraeli99

    Smells like a stunt queen move, engineered to give this assclown some street cred for his punk ass. I have no fucks left to give regarding this waste of space. Send his silly ass back to Canada, up there w/that crack smoking liquor swilling whore chasing Toronto mayor who looks like a brokedown Chris Farley. Canada’s cornering the market lately in dumbasses.

  • Disraeli99

    How bout a swift kick in the ass, all the way back up to Canada. Let him crash and burn and fade away, like so many others before him. I see a Leif Garrett type trajectory for this saga. He’s following the script for teen idols to a tee so far. Rehab announcement in 5,4,3,2…

  • dabney_c

    LOLOL!!! *Guilty* :-D

  • weareallinnocent

    I’m torn between calling him, “Dumbass,” and saying, “Kid needs help and I hope he gets it!” So I’ll just say both. There really is something horribly sad about the intensity of his downward spiral.

    FWIW I don’t find him comparable to Miley at all. Her moves seem deliberate and strategic. Justin’s seem chaotic and self-destructive. I see Miley coming through it all just fine. Justin, not so much.

  • Lin Brand

    Reminds me of a young Robert Downey Jr. RDJ needed some hard real world consequences before he turned it around. I hope this pathetic kid lives long enough to wake up. And doesn’t kill anyone else.

  • Happyhexer

    That’s what I immediately thought of when I read this piece. Hello, Justin, have you heard what happened to Paul Walker when he and his buddy mixed up a fast car and speed? At least the buddy died instantly, which apparently didn’t happen to Paul. And at least Paul & Company killed no one but themselves. So far, no one has been hurt by Bieber and his buddy. Yet.

  • Disraeli99

    I still think this is all a calculated stunt to toughen up his image and get him out of the soft teen idol persona that clings to him like stink on caca. This so called downward spiral feels just as calculated and engineered as that stupid hairdo of his when he first hit the scene. I’m not going to buy into this ” Look how Justin’s out of control” BS and give him an ounce of sympathy or allow myself to be played by his people or the media. As with Miley and countless others before him, and ones to surely come after his 15 minutes are finally up, this guy is selling his soul and desperately seeking a way to stay relevant – all to make even more cash for his managers and the label from silly screaming little girls and their parents. JMO.

  • usedtobelucy

    Yeah, I agree about Miley. I still maintain that he *looks* weirdly like Miley in the mugshot. (and I can’t even figure out why — something about the smile, maybe?) But she’s just pulling pr moves, not really *doing* anything particularly extreme at all. He’s truly in some kind of frightening tailspin. (although, I suppose, as Disraeli 99 suggests, this might just be a really really extreme and well executed pr stunt …. kinda doubt that, though.)

  • James

    It will never happen because all of the enablers (Scooter Braun, Justin’s mom, Justin’s dad, Justin’s friends) love the money too much but someone needs to finally step up and set Justin straight.

  • James

    You are 100% right that he isn’t taking it seriously and he will continue to do things like this and not take it seriously because his enablers will continue to enable him.

  • James

    Well said, enablers is exactly what he is surrounded by.

  • Mateja Praznik

    Actually, it looks like Scooter Braun wants Justin in rehab, but the team has a hard time convincing him to get help. I do think his parents can not be trusted.

    EXCLUSIVE: Justin refuses to board private jet sent
    by his team to Miami and instead is pictured out partying with father
    hours after his DUI arrest

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2545254/Justin-Bieber-pictured-dad-bar-table-surrounded-alcohol-hours-bailed-driving-influence.html

  • James

    That story very well could be spin control on Braun’s part to make himself look good.
    If this is actually how Braun feels and this story is legit then Braun needs to put his money where his mouth his and threaten to drop Justin as a client if he doesn’t get help but that will never happen..

  • Amy Beth

    I thought Justin grew up without his dad. Sadly, this might be their bonding time.

    JB is 20, his dad is 38, his mom is the same age or younger, so we’re talking teen parents.

  • Mateja Praznik

    TMZ is now reporting that they’ve been trying to get Justin into rehab for a year now. Also, when Justin mentioned retirement last month, apparently Scooter was trying to convince Justin to take a year off.

    IMO, parents can not be trusted. Also, his friends. We often hear about his poser friends that live in Justin’s house in LA and look after his house while he is away? And when he is at home, they party together and do drugs.

    IMO, the team’s priority is to make money. To make money, their client must be able to work. So I’m sure they want Justin in rehab. He can’t continue working like this and they know it.

  • James

    His parents clearly can’t be trusted and if Justin doesn’t want to listen to anyone then that is on Justin & his parents for not doing their job as a parent.
    If someone doesn’t get him help or he doesn’t get help himself this is going end up being very, very bad with him either killing someone when he is out on his drunken joy rides or he is going to OD.

  • James

    Still no excuse for not doing their job as parents.

  • bridgette12

    Like Elton John said, you have to be able to say those three little words, I need help. Until he’s ready, then Justin will keep on partying and acting reckless, especially with mommy and daddy reliving their teen age years with him.

  • bridgette12

    I agree, Robert lost everything and had to take small roles until someone was willing to give him another chance in Hollywood. But look at him now, on the top tier of highest paid actors. Unfortunately for Justin, he’s not that talented.

  • listening

    Braun dropping Justin isn’t gonna do nothing. Justin doesn’t need Braun now. Justin is super famous and though he has tons of detractors he also has tons of fans. The only one hurt by dropping Bieber is Braun he aint doing that.

  • listening

    I didn’t read it but I could of promised I saw a headline that quoted Bieber’s mom saying something along the lines of don’t condemn Justin pray for him. That’s encouraging because it indicates she’s aware he has a problem whereas previously what I heard from her was excuses such as he’s young.

    I kind of wish I had clicked on it to see if it was legit but I believe its truthful b/c I saw it on the MSN page

  • Dianne

    Are those pants made out of a garbage bag? :)

  • http://www.soundofmusicmobiledisco.com/ Sound Of Music Mobile Disco

    Justin Beiber should of known better but i do feel he doesn’t deserve all the bad press he gets, after all he is still a young boy at heart, and millions of people get stopped and arrested by the police for DUI but they don’t seem to make the headlines http://www.soundofmusicmobiledisco.com

  • BonnieDee

    Look, I say this as a Mom who is extremely lucky and blessed that my son is alive after being hit by a drunk driver and severely injured six years ago. Somebody needs to stop this kid before he kills someone.

  • HKfan

    Thats because they’re not famous!!!