Justin Bieber In Trouble Again

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Justin Bieber is about to reject a plea deal over demands he should submit for random drug testing, reports say. The 19 year old, who was arrested in January 2014, is facing charges in Miami, Florida, of resisting officers and driving under the influence. The State Attorney was alleged ready to drop both charges if he agreed to random drug testing for substance use and commit 40 hours of community service, but sources say the singer will reject the offer. As part of the deal, prosecutors also asked that Justin attend an alcohol education course as well as a victim impact panel, where he will hear stories from the family and friends of DUI victims. Why would he agree to such a harsh plea deal, that would mean he is admitting he has a problem. Go figure, however, sources says he feels this would make him a spectacle. He has already made himself a spectacle on his own.

We also learned the track of DJ Tay James’ mix tape, sees Justin singing, “I cannot be broken / They can’t take what’s mine / Someone like me is hard to find,” his self defensive song also features rapper Blake Kelly.

Justin is reportedly fighting with Florida police over a video that shows him peeing in a jail cell after his arrest for DUI last month. Miami police have already released one video of the star’s arrest, showing the 19 year old getting a pat down at the station. A source who has viewed the video says, Justin is seen several times stumbling around while he was taking his tests. As if he had a problem with his balance. This isn’t the first time that he has been caught urinating in an inappropriate place.

Someone needs to do an intervention with this young man and I mean someone of substantial gains, someone who has been in trouble and almost lost their

career due to drugs and alcohol. Maybe Eminem or Charlie Sheen, I don’t know but we would hate for him to lose his career over drugs and alcohol. Does he realize how many young adults would give anything to take his place? I’m just saying, he needs more than just jail time.

What do you think?