1/27/14 Justin Bieber Intervention

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Monday, January 27, 2014

 

KRISTEN STEWART has an interesting item on her bucket list.  She says, quote, "I'm definitely going to shave my head before I die.  I will definitely tattoo my head while it's shaved before my hair grows back. I'm not sure which part, probably the bottom quadrant in the back.  I don't know what the tattoo would be, yet.  Still thinking."

 

Police were called to an Australian hotel Thursday night, after the smoke detector in one of the rooms went off.  But it turned out that was SNOOP DOGG'S room . . . and he was just, you know, doing what Snoop do.

 

JUSTIN BIEBER flew to Panama over the weekend where, according to the Internet, his family and friends staged some sort of "intervention."  Or something. Supposedly, Justin's dad flew there with him and the guest list also included:  His mom . . . Justin's manager Scooter  . . . USHER . . . the producer of his "Never Say Never" documentary . . . and Justin's so-called "best friend," Ryan Butler. While it's interesting that all these people gathered together with Justin . . . in Panama, no less . . . there's no evidence that an actual "intervention" took place.  But it does seem like it was more than just a vacation. By the way, the girl who was with Justin when he was arrested, CHANTEL JEFFRIES, also made the trip to Panama.

They hung out together on the beach, but it's unclear whether or not they're dating.

 

JUSTIN BIEBER'S DUI arrest last week can't be swept under the rug . . . yet . . . but some of the details may not have been as bad as you may have heard. For starters, some "source" tells CNN that Justin blew .011% and .014% in two Breathalyzer tests at the police station.  That's significantly below the general .08% legal limit.  Since Justin is under 21 . . . that doesn't even really matter. But still, even Florida's “zero tolerance” law for underage drivers requires a reading of .02%.  So .011% is a barely measurable amount. So maybe Justin wasn't legally drunk . . . but he did admit to also smoking pot and taking prescription meds . . . and he FAILED a field sobriety test. So he probably WAS driving under the influence, and he probably WAS too impaired to drive. Also, even though Justin was not charged with speeding, the arresting officer said that was his reason for stopping Justin and testing his sobriety. However, the head of the exotic car rental company that owns the yellow Lamborghini Justin was driving told CNN that the GPS tracking system in the car indicated that Justin didn't exceed 55 miles-per-hour in the 15 minutes before the stop. Justin was stopped in a 30 mile-per-zone . . . so even if he WAS speeding, the notion of it being a "drag race" is being called into question.  In fact, the car's GPS said Justin was "steady" at between 27 and 34 miles-per-hour on that road.