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Bieber toxicology report shows evidence of Xanax, pot use prior to Fla. arrest

Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber
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Well, well, well. Although it's now known that Justin Bieber certainly wasn't alcohol intoxicated at the time of his Florida arrest -- his BAC was a miniscule 0.014 -- the toxicology results came in on Thursday, per TMZ, and it seems he was DUI, just not UI of alcohol.

The toxicology report can be viewed here, in PDF form.

Bieber's urine was tested right after his arrest for DUI, drag racing, resisting arrest, and driving without a valid license on Jan. 23. Unlike the breathalyzer results, this report seems damning.

According to the report, Bieber's urine was showed traces of THC and Alprazolam in his system. For those unaware, the THC would come from marijuana; the Alprazolam could possibly come from Xanax (a prescription anti-anxiety medication), as it is a key ingredient of that drug.

The presence of Xanax is consistent with the police report; in it, authorities say that Bieber told them his mother had provided him with prescription anti-anxiety medication.

In terms of the ganja, Bieber also 'fessed up to smoking pot in his recording studio all night long.

Bieber has an arraignment hearing scheduled for Feb. 14.