Justin Bieber and His Father Reportedly Abusive to Private Plane Pilot, Flight Attendant

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Justin Bieber is officially out of control.

According to NBC News, Justin and his father were reportedly "abusive" and very disrespectful to two pilots and a flight attendant during their recent private jet flight from Canada to New Jersey.

The exclusive report claims that the Biebs and his father were "extremely abusive" to a flight attendant when they were flying to the Super Bowl last weekend. As if that's not shocking enough, the Bieber entourage smoked out the entire plane cabin with marijuana on the way there.

After several failed warnings from the pilot to stop their "harassing behavior" and to stop smoking weed, the flight attendant was forced to stay in the cockpit to avoid conflict.The pilots, whose license could be at risk if they failed a drug test, were forced to wear oxygen masks in fear of inhaling marijuana smoke too.

"The captain of the flight stated that he warned the passengers, including Bieber, on several occasions to stop smoking marijuana," the official report of the incident reads.

When the plane landed in New Jersey, Bieber was questioned separately from his crew and reportedly admitted that even though he didn't have any more marijuana in his possession, he did smoke and drink alcohol. The plane was searched by officials but nothing was found. The flight crew declined to file charges against Bieber or his entourage so they were free to go.

Bieber's Miami DUI arrest trial, to which he has pleaded not guilty, is set to begin on March 3. The date is just one week before he will appear in a Toronto court on an assault charge.

Are you surprised by Justin's actions on the plane?

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