Just when we thought Justin Bieber’s behavior couldn’t surprise us anymore, a new report came out saying that he and his father, Jeremy, refused a pilot’s warning to stop smoking pot during a flight from Canada to New Jersey last Friday, Jan. 31.
A law enforcement source told CNN that there was so much marijuana smoke in the cabin that the flight crew-members put on oxygen masks because they were concerned that with the levels of inhalation, they would test positive on a drug test.
According to CNN’s source, the pilots asked the 19-year-old and his father to put away the marijuana more than once during the flight, but to no avail. Additionally, the source said both Biebers and their entourage were “verbally abusive” to the crew.
This was on the same plane that was stopped on its way into New Jersey’s airport; when searched, officials could not find any marijuana onboard.
This incident is the latest in a string of legal woes for the “Baby” singer. On Jan. 23, Justin was arrested in Miami Beach, Fla. for driving under the influence, resisting arrest and driving with an expired license.
Then, on Jan. 29, Justin turned himself in Toronto police and was charged with assault, related to an incident on Dec. 30.