A look at Justin Bieber's trail of troubles

Published On: Jan 23 2014 04:58:44 PM EST   Updated On: Jan 23 2014 08:39:09 PM EST

From insulting an airport customs officer, to vandalizing walls, Justin Bieber has been a bad boy all over the world for the past year. WPLG-Local 10's Alina Diaz put together this list:

Jan 14: Cocaine was seized from Justin Bieber’s home

Jan 14: Aggressively egged neighbor’s house

December 13: Allegedly detained for yelling “You’re just a female vagina!” to an airport customs officer in Australia.

November 13: Charged for vandalism in Brazil for spray-painting on hotel walls.

November 13: Kicked Argentina’s flag off stage during a concert.

August 13: Allegedly assaulted and kicked 22-year-old club-goer, Wayne Rennalls.

July 13: His tour bus was caught with marijuana in it in Detroit.

June 13: Picture taken of Bieber smoking pot at a party in Newport Beach.

May 12: Allegedly assaulted paparazzi while on date with Selena Gomez.

Jan. 30: Bieber accused of groping fan

April 25: Drugs found on tour bus

Oct. 1, 2012: Bieber vomits on stage, keeps performing

Sept. 18, 2012: Bieber's mom details sexual abuse, decision not to have abortion

May 28, 2012: Bieber wanted for questioning


Rumors are flying that his mom gave Bieber prescription drugs and that his dad helped to block the road for Thursday morning's drag race, TMZ reported.

According to the report, Bieber's mom Pattie Mallette, 37, gave her 19-year-old son anti-anxiety medication -- like the Xanax found in his house in Los Angeles. He allegedly told police he had taken them, while drinking and smoking marijuana.

Mallette wrote in her autobiography that Bieber's grandfather was allegedly an abusive alcoholic.

Jeremy Bieber, 38, will not be getting the father of the year award either, as he was reportedly in one of the Cadillac Escalades that blocked the road for Justin Bieber to play.

Fan frenzy, media circus follow Justin Bieber after his arrest

Published On: Jan 23 2014 05:11:31 PM EST   Updated On: Jan 23 2014 11:39:35 PM EST

The fan frenzy and media circus side show had the Bieber meter pegged Thursday after the pop star was arrested on Miami Beach.


The fan frenzy and media circus side show had the Bieber meter pegged.

Local news, national news, cable outlets, helicopters overhead, video bloggers outside the fence and just the curious with a camera all came out of the woodwork with Bieber fever.

"You have a huge star. A glamorous location. Driving Lamborghini's, drag racing while intoxicated," said Matt Gutman of ABC News. "The guy has how many? Forty, fifty million twitter followers? This is an enormous story."

As the media hoard grew outside the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center, some of the best information and content was actually being posted on social media.

"Everybody is a paparazzi nowadays," said Kiki Garcia-Montes, a producer for Extra. "Everybody has a camera or a cell phone. Now it is so much easier for everybody to know what they are doing and get in trouble."

Fans were found waiting outside the jail for bad boy Bieber

"I was in school, in class and my cousins were texting me, telling me where he was and I had to just come and see him," said Priscilla Carril.

"We will not stand for this injustice. We are here to bail out Justin Bieber," said Power 96 disc jockey J.P Bigly. "We have a piggy bank full of coins and we will do whatever it takes to make sure Bieber goes free. Free Bieber!"

And the Biebs didn't disappoint on his jailhouse walk -- getting on top of his Escalade and waving to the throng. Believe it or not, for some it was an emotional moment.

"I love you Justin. I will always be here for you," said Bieber fan Amanda Perez. "This is the first time I have ever seen him, ever and my heart just dropped."


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