Justin Bieber’s plane stopped for pot on way to Super Bowl XLVIII

December 27, 2012; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Recording artist Justin Bieber sits courtside with 2-year old Chris Paul II , son of Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul (not pictured), during the game against the Boston Celtics at the Staples Center. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

It seems every day that passes gets a little bit worse for Justin Bieber.

The pop crooner has been filling the headlines in recent days, beginning with police investigating him for an ‘egging’ incident. That quickly morphed into a raid on his Calabasas home which was then followed by an arrest in Miami a few days later where Bieber reportedly admitted to cops that he had been smoking marijuana and using pills similar to Xanax while allegedly drag racing. He also had traces of alcohol in his system.

As if that wasn’t enough, Bieber then turned himself in to Toronto authorities over an alleged beating of a limo driver and now Bieber’s in the news again as his private jet was stopped at Teterboro Airport as he and his Father were en route to Sunday’s Super Bowl.

Per Page Six:

Justin Bieber’s personal plane — headed to New Jersey for the Super Bowl — was held at Teterboro Airport on Friday afternoon under suspicion it was carrying marijuana, law enforcement sources said.

The plane had just arrived at 2:53 p.m. from Toronto when authorities detected what was described as a strong odor of pot.

As you may recall, the White House is reportedly set to review a petition looking to deport the Canadian singer as it has over 100,000 signatures.

Topics: Justin Bieber, Super Bowl, Super Bowl XLVIII

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