Troubled singer Justin Bieber and his father, Jeremy Bieber, were reportedly so abusive to a flight attendant that she was forced to take refuge with the pilot’s in the cockpit of a private jet Bieber leased recently.
The flight attendant and the pilots tell a harrowing story of flying a leased Gulfstream IV jet so filled with marijuana smoke that they wore oxygen masks so they wouldn’t test positive for drugs, which would put their licenses in jeopardy.
NBC News obtained an official report that documented the incidents on board the jet.
“The flight attendant stated the passengers, including Bieber and his father, Jeremy Bieber,” stated the report, “were extremely abusive verbally and she would not work another flight with them.”
Lately it seems troubled pop singer Justin Bieber’s name has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Bieber, 19, caused a commotion when he showed up 2 hours late for a concert at London’s 02 Arena in March. Then he feigned breathing problems to gain sympathy from his fans and the press.
He followed those antics up by leaving an insulting message in the visitor’s log at Holocaust victim Anne Frank’s memorial center. Now comes word that Swedish police found pot and a stun gun on Bieber’s tour bus on Wednesday. His 15 minutes aren’t up yet?
After Ghanian promoters complained loudly that American singer Chris Brown took $1 million and skipped out on them, the singer showed up after all — with a bag full of weed on stage!
I would support President Obama for reelection if he would impose mandatory birth control on hoodrats like this woman who gave her infant weed to smoke. In the cell phone video, which first appeared on Worldstar Hip Hop, the woman offers the child a hit off of her marijuana cigarette. The little boy appears to be glassy eyed and behaving as if he is under the influence from the addictive substance. The woman is apparently a resident of South Carolina. If you know who she is, please contact police or your local child welfare services.
Watch the shocking video after the break.