Bieber’s Superbowl Flight Gives New Meaning to Phrase Mile “High” Club

February 11, 2014 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in
Justin Bieber Mugshot

Justin Bieber’s mugshot from an unrelated arrest in Florida. (Source: Wikipedia)

En route from Canada to Teterboro Airport in New Jersey on January 31st, Justin Bieber upset his flight crew and stirred an investigation by Port Authority cops, customs officials, and DEA agents by smoking marijuana aboard his private jet. On his way to attend Superbowl weekend festivities, the 19-year old star and his 10-man entourage, including his 38-year old father Jeremy Bieber, allegedly smoked so much marijuana that the pilots manning the luxury aircraft were forced to strap on their oxygen masks in order to navigate the plane unimpaired.

Though the jet reeked of weed and drug-sniffing dogs signaled the presence of marijuana in the younger Bieber’s bag, officers were initially unable to find any physical evidence of marijuana. Later, however, the investigation revealed marijuana stems in the private jet. Despite the find, the flight crew’s account of the journey, and Bieber’s own admission to DEA agents that he was intoxicated and high upon landing, charges have not been pressed against Justin Bieber for the incident due to chain of evidence issues.

The young pop star may not prove quite so lucky, however, with respect to the other accusations of criminal wrongdoing piling up against him, including charges stemming from his recent drag racing and drunk driving misadventures in Miami, as well as potential charges of felony vandalism associated with the egging of a neighbor’s mansion in Calabasas.

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(Source: http://pagesix.com/2014/02/05/inside-biebers-pot-plane/)

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