Because I’m an emotional weakling, I’m often the first person to give celebrities the benefit of the doubt, and I’m usually the one begging entertainment news sites to stop reporting rumors as truth. But, um, I’m starting to blindly believe every account of Justin Bieber‘s assholery.
According to NBC News, a flight attendant serving on one of Justin’s recent trips had to file an official incident report after Biebs and his father, Jeremy Bieber, allegedly harassed her repeatedly and refused to stop smoking marijuana on the flight. “The captain stated he needed to request that the passengers stop their harassing behavior toward the flight attendant,” the report reads, “and after several warnings [he] asked the flight attendant to stay with him near the cockpit to avoid any further abuse.”
There’s no word on exactly what kind of harassment JB was allegedly dishing out, but the incident report also states that Justin and Jeremy “were extremely abusive verbally” and that the flight attended said “she would not work another flight with them.” Damn.
No one decided to file charges against Justin or his entourage, apparently, but NBC reports that “authorities performed another search of the plane and found empty bags that appeared to have once contained marijuana.”
Wait… do you mean to imply that this dude who’s been accused of driving under the influence, harassing young fans, sexually harassing his former girlfriend Selena Gomez, and wearing the literal worst pants anyone’s ever laid eyes on… doesn’t give a shit about rules or laws? Color me shocked.
While I think it’s important to remember that Justin is still basically a kid and that he’s under enormous pressure in his everyday life, he’s kind of already used up his strikes. He needs to get his shit together ASAP, because it looks like he’s already exhausted most people’s patience. We still don’t know exactly what went down on that plane, but I hope that life starts to slap JB across his smug face until he learns that his fame and money can’t buy him the public’s respect for much longer.
Via NBC / Photos: Getty, WENN