Just like in high school, when you never really knew what was going on in your older brother's bedroom, it's probably indelicate to speculate about what happened in the allegedly misty confines of Justin Bieber's private plane, which landed at New Jersey's Teterboro airport last Friday, as the boy king was on his way to Super Bowl festivities. All we know is that the pilots and flight attendants have spoken up about what happened in that hazy, raucous club in the sky, and well, that box seems to have gotten mighty hot, if you know what we mean. "The flight attendant stated the passengers, including Bieber and his father, Jeremy Bieber, were extremely abusive verbally and she would not work another flight with them," says an official report obtained by NBC News. And according to "multiple law-enforcement sources" cited by NBC News, the private Gulfstream IV plane was "so full of marijuana smoke that the pilots were force to wear oxygen masks."
This isn't Bieber's first run-in with transit trouble, or even with the people charged from getting him from place to place-last week Bieber arrived at a Toronto police station to face charges that he had assaulted a limo driver in the city last fall, and there's the now-famous D.U.I. charge from Miami a week before that. This official report form the plane, though, appears to be the first time Bieber's troubles have followed him to the skies. Not that he didn't seem to cause his own problems. Here's more of the report on the unnamed flight attendant and pilots' experiences:
"The captain of the flight stated that he warned the passengers, including Bieber, on several occasions to stop smoking marijuana. The captain also stated he needed to request that the passengers stop their harassing behavior toward the flight attendant and after several warnings asked the flight attendant to stay with him near the cockpit to avoid any further abuse."
Though officials say that, when the plane was met by D.E.A. and Customs and Border Protection in Teterboro, marijuana smoke was still inside the cabin, no drugs were found. The members of the flight crew were unwilling to press charges, so both Biebers and their entourage were allowed to leave. Then they went on to reportedly be denied entrance to four separate Super Bowl parties, so maybe staying in Canada would have been best for all involved.