Justin owes a German shelter thousands of dollars for his pet capuchin monkey which he left for two months after it was seized by German customs officials Justin Bieber's monkey business is costing him a lot of money.
The German shelter that has been taking care of Mally, his pet capuchin monkey, says the singer owes them thousands of dollars since they've been caring his abandoned pet for more than two months.
Mally was originally confiscated at the airport by customs officials back in March because it didn't have the proper vaccinations and paperwork needed to enter the country while the Biebs was on tour.
The deadline expired for Justin to reclaim Mally Friday. He had planned to give up his pet, which will now go to a zoo, but shelter wants to be paid back pronto.
"You can bet we are going to ask for the money back," the shelter manager said.
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