Things just can't seem to lighten up for Justin Bieber and his entourage. Almost as if they are in some hostile third world country which is operating under a police dictatorship, it has just hit the news that Bieber and his people are under siege in Georgia. Police in Georgia have found illegal drugs and paraphernalia in a limo search of Bieber and and his entourage, reported CNN on Feb. 26, 2014.
The investigation report by a Sandy Springs, Georgia, police officer said, "Less than an ounce of suspected marijuana and two large glass smoking pipes containing suspected marijuana residue were found inside the vehicle." Bieber's Cadillac Escalade was seached by Georgia police on Tuesday evening after they found a camera inside which a photographer claimed was taken from him by Bieber's bodyguard. Because of the small amount of marijuana no charges were filed related to this matter.
However, Bieber's bodyguard was arrested on a felony theft charge, reports Hollywood.com. It has been alleged that Hugo Hesny stole a $10,000 camera from photographer Jason Winslow after he allegedly got too close to Bieber while he was visiting the city's Sandy Springs Funhouse Arcade. Police arrested Hesny after they recovered the equipment during a limo search. Bieber has not been charged with any involvement in the incident, but this all must be making him feel under siege in America. A lot of native Americans would probably get disgusted from all of this and take off for Canada, where Bieber is from.