Justin Bieber found himself in trouble with the law yet again, and was detained in Australia by police last month, new reports reveal. He and his entourage were stopped after flying into Brisbane International Airport when customs inspectors found marijuana on one of his associates.
The 19-year-old pop star is currently on his “Believe” world tour. The suspect was released, but ordered to return to Australia to face charges of importing drugs, TMZ reports. An Australian Federal Police spokesperson confirmed the report to the Sydney Daily Telegraph, adding that Bieber received a verbal warning after he allegedly insulted the officers during the inspection and refused to remove his sunglasses and hat. Police reportedly threatened to arrest him if he did not cooperate, and Bieber and his crew were detained for approximately two hours.
Just this week, Bieber got in trouble with Australian Mayor Tom Tate after spraying graffiti all over a hotel in Gold Coast. "Hi TMZ, Mayor Tom Tate here from Australia's Gold Coast," Tate said. "You know I got a message here for pop princess Justin Beaver. We love your music but we hate your graffiti and your vandalism here in our city.”
The “All That Matters” singer also spay-painted graffiti in Rio de Janeiro last month, and was charged with vandalism.