Glassy-eyed and smiling, the first official Mugshot following fallen Teen Pop Star Justin Bieber has been released following his arrest late last night in Miami for Driving Under the Influence and Drag Racing. Bieber later admitted after his incoherent arrest, that he had been intoxicated with a combination of Marijuana, Alcohol and Prescription Pills.
Bieber with his offences could face up to six months in prison, although we’re unsure if he’s aware of the seriousness of his actions or if he’s at all remorseful about the potential danger he could’ve caused to others.
Bieber‘s Arrest Report:
Much speculation has been made about Bieber‘s bankability, recently announcing on a whim that he would be retiring from Music soon via Twitter. Support from Bieber‘s Fanbase also appears to be dwindling. By comparison, his last Documentary, Never Say Never grossed over $99 million worldwide. His Christmas-released Documentary Believe, to date has earned only $6 million internationally.
In the bigger picture perhaps, we should be asking the all-important question, where are the Singer’s Parents Jeremy Bieber and Patti Mallette in all of this?
The former is busy inspiring his two-million-plus Followers on Twitter to “lead by example”:
The latter is busy currently launching her own Blog and aspiring to win a Kids’ Choice Award:
19 years old certainly is not too old to be told. Inasmuch as it isn’t nice to criticize others’ parenting skills or blame them for Bieber‘s missteps, stepping-in and intervening is much needed right now before matters further take a turn for the worse. Racing along the road of Fame comes with great glamour and perks, but it is important to remember the expensive costs to be paid. We all want to see Bieber do well but getting there means being surrounded by people who have his back and that should mean first and foremost his Family.
Put aside the Blog for now Pattie and lead your own Son by example yourself, Jeremy. Family first.
(Photo credit: Miami Dade Police Department)
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