Justin Bieber's marijuana smoke forced pilots to wear oxygen masks
Published on Feb 6, 2014 6:23 PM
New York - Canadian pop star Justin Bieber is in the news again for bad behaviour involving drugs and verbal abuse.
This time he is alleged to have flown in a leased private jet that was so full of marijuana smoke that the pilots had to wear oxygen masks.
He and his father were said to have been "extremely abusive" towards a flight attendant, so much so that she hid in the cockpit.
The alleged wild flight was described in an official police report obtained by NBC News, the details of which came out online on Wednesday. It is the latest in a string of scandals involving the 19-year-old star.
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