Justin Bieber Ignores Advice From Pattie, While Jeremy Helped To ‘Handle’

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Justin Bieber has grown along with its independence the singer of 19 years has been involved in many controversies. Created under the protection of his mother, Pattie Mallette, Justin always had to meet the limits set by it, which always made ​​it clear that would help the child become a good man.After acquiring its independence, Justin began to make their own decisions and the results of many of them were not so positive, prompting the singer to the biggest scandal of his career, that the arrest took place on (23), Miami.

With so many events, many fans miss an important person and always protect Justin, his mother, Pattie Mallette, and some even sent tweets protesting and claiming Pattie no longer cares about his son, but according to an article published by Mail Online , Pattie actually has been avoided by Justin some time ago, all because she has tried to help and advise the child about some bad choices. The site also reported that unlike Pattie, the singer’s father, Jeremy Bieber, was present and helped close the street in Miami, so Justin took the ‘handle’ with your friends, which led to his arrest.

Justin Bieber is ignoring the desperate attempts of his mother to say anything to him about his problems with drugs, MailOnline can reveal. Pattie Mallette, 37, who was the singer when she was just 18, is “extremely upset” by his arrest for driving under influence on Thursday morning.

She stayed home and did not fly to the side of his son in Miami, but a source admitted that she was not able to get to him during the last weeks, and added: “Justin is not listening to his mother and he is trying avoid dealing with it and other people close to him. “

His father Jeremy Bieber was the one who actually was on the scene when the son was arrested in Miami (his father was having fun with all expenses and travel paid by the singer), the source insisted:  “Unlike Jeremy, Pattie is genuinely very worried son. It is very sad and worried about the last few weeks. “

After being released from prison Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in Miami on Thursday afternoon, Justin, 19, has made ​​an arrogant Exit to climb on top of a black SUV, his eyes shielded by sunglasses.

Appearing in court with his lawyer, Roy Black, the singer was given bail at $ 2,500.

He must fly back to Los Angeles on a private jet, where friends and loved ones will try to get him to rehab.

“People are pushing him to get help, but he does not want help, he says he does not need it and this is very disturbing to Pattie,” the source said.

“We’re at a point where he is having people who are terrible influences around, but in the end it is about to turn 20 on March 1 and you have to make your own decisions. It can not be forced to go to rehab. “

When asked what are the drugs that Justin has used, the source said: “It’s a combination of smoking a ton of marijuana – smoking constantly – and drugs for medical use.”

And it’s not just Justin’s mother is upset that his longtime manager, Scooter Braun is “concerned” and other members of your team are urging him to seek help.

Meanwhile, Jeremy Bieber, 38, had been enjoying a vacation in Miami with the money of his son – and he was not only present when Justin was arrested, but the singer joined the group to help block a street residential, for your child to be able to race ‘handle’.

Tweeting about your trip, Jeremy was even in SET nightclub, a few hours before the arrest of his son and was seen walking on the beach with Justin and his friend and rapper Khalil – who was also arrested.

A source told MailOnline: “Jeremy was in a truck next to Justin when the cops showed up to is fair to say that Jeremy is not a big influence – he certainly likes and takes the money from his son and his life style.” .

After posting a photo of himself with Justin and Khalil in your account in Instagram app, Jeremy was attacked by some Bieber fans, one said: “Why the hell is not helping your son He’s dead now and could? You know that, right? “