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Justin Bieber's private jet searched; cops come up empty-handed

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According to TMZ Canadian singer Justin Bieber was reportedly help up again by authorities as he was traveling before Sunday's Superbowl on Friday with his entourage. Bieber's private jet was reportedly searched after cops smelled marijuana coming from the vessel.

After the canine searched the jet that landed at Teterboro airport and came back with nothing, Bieber, his father and his pals were released and sent on their way.

The young singer has been under fire in recent weeks after several run-ins with law enforcement.

The "Never Say Never" singer claimed to be innocent in his most recent plea involving the assault charge from an altercation with a limo driver back in December. Bieber was also pulled over and arrested for DUI while drag racing in Miami Beach. Just after he posted bail he was spotted drinking with friends on a beach in Panama, where he didn't have to worry about the legal drinking age. Although he seemed to have no worries during his stay at the resort he was reportedly joined by his manager Scooter Braun and singer Usher Raymond.

After the intervention with Braun and Usher last weekend in Panama, Bieber should be turning over a new leaf as he plans to enjoy this Sunday's game.


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