Justin Bieber name linked to many controversial cases and constantly have to deal with numerous complaints about his attitudes, and they are not always true. In January this year, the singer was accused of disturbing the crew of an airplane for smoking marijuana with members of his entourage for a flight to Airport Teterboro , New Jersey, but according to a report E! News, the Canadian star was acquitted after the investigations made by the Federal Aviation Administration .
Sometimes with Justin Bieber seems that when a door of the law closes another opens. But maybe that causes a chain reaction, closing the same ports.
The Federal Aviation Administration confirmed in an exclusive statement to E! News ended its investigation into what happened on private jet Bieber when he and his entourage were flying to New Jersey for the Super Bowl earlier this year.
The Canadian star and his entourage were arrested at Teterboro Airport and later CNN reported that an investigation was underway to find out if mistreated passengers and the flight crew were smoking so much marijuana that pilots needed oxygen masks. Authorities had searched for drugs on the plane, but it was empty.
“The FAA has closed its investigation into allegations that passengers interfered with the crew during a flight on a Gulfstream G-IV aircraft that landed at Teterboro Airport on Friday, January 31, 2014” , said the statement obtained by E! News on Thursday. “FAA found no evidence that passengers violated Federal Aviation Regulations.”
So that’s it.
Bieber was again detained by U.S. Customs upon arrival at Los Angeles International Airport in April, when he was returning from Tokyo. He was released after about four hours and was reported at the time that Bieber should expect (if not always have) a similar treatment every time he try to enter the United States, according to their various run-ins with the law in various countries.