Justin Bieber May Finally Go To Prison

justin-bieber-prisonjustin-bieber-katherine-gazda-hookup (1)justin-bieber-katherine-gazda-hookup (1)Justin Bieber could be sent to federal prison and fined if the Federal Aviation Administration finds he interfered with the flight crew aboard a private jet, reports NBC News. Bieber and his father had been ‘extremely abusive’ to a flight attendant and would not stop smoking marijuana during a flight from Canada to New Jersey on Jan. 31.

FAA spokesman Jim Peters said Monday the agency’s Flight Standards District Office in Teterboro will do a ‘factfinding”’investigation with no specific timetable. He said the FAA will seek to determine if anyone on the flight violated the FAA regulation that states, ‘No person may assault, threaten, intimidate, or interfere with a crewmember.’

After the investigation is completed, said Peters, the Flight Standards unit will present its findings to the FAA’s legal counsel, who will decide whether to recommend prosecution. Should Bieber or any other passenger be charged and convicted, penalties are substantial.

Persons found to have violated the law ‘shall be fined.. imprisoned for not more than 20 years, or both.’ Fines for unruly passengers can reach $25,000 per violation, and ‘one incident can result in multiple violations.’

Since, it’s likely America won’t deport Biebe, should he be put into jail?

IN RELATED NEWS: Bieber is dating both Katherine Gazda, 18, and Chantel Jeffries. The famewhore posted a picture of Bieber sleeping and even discussed the prospect of having children with him. A friend told The Mirror: ‘They hit it off straight away and are both really serious about one another.’



‘The captain of the flight stated that he warned the passengers, including Bieber, on several occasions to stop smoking marijuana. The captain also stated he needed to request that the passengers stop their harassing behavior toward the flight attendant and after several warnings asked the flight attendant to stay with him near the cockpit to avoid any further abuse.’

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  • guest

    I doubt that this will come to anything. The flight crew did not file a complaint nor did the charter company. It is really nothing that an air charter company hasn’t run into before carrying some of the more wild entertainers.

    • Guest

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  • stasha

    Oh that girl followed me on twitter the other day. I don’t know why because I don’t think I’ve ever posted anything Bieber related or even like pop culture related. But Yeah, I didn’t know who she was but she seemed annoying so I blocked her.

    • Marina And My Diamonds

      Same! Never heard of her until two days ago but when I looked her up we’re following one another.

  • dlovCyr

    Yikes, dem eyebrows gorl.

    • boystan

      ikr ew

  • boystan

    i read that as prism get that promo katherine perry

  • Marina And My Diamonds

    Don’t care. It’s hard to know what to believe anymore, the media lies so much.

    • Duckyhoward15

      Seems like media lives to lie these days

  • uhohohno

    NBC NEWS:

    Bieber Could Face Prison Over ‘Pot’ Plane

    Justin Bieber could face federal prison time and a hefty fine if the Federal Aviation Administration finds he interfered with the flight crew aboard a private jet, according to authorities.

    Last week, NBC News exclusively obtained a law enforcement report that said Bieber and his father had been “extremely abusive” to a flight attendant during a flight from Canada to New Jersey on Jan. 31, forcing her to take refuge in the cockpit.

    “The captain of the flight stated that he warned the passengers, including Bieber, on several occasions to stop smoking marijuana,” said the report. “The captain also stated he needed to request that the passengers stop their harassing behavior toward the flight attendant and after several warnings asked the flight attendant to stay with him near the cockpit to avoid any further abuse.”

    According to multiple law enforcement sources, the leased Gulfstream IV on which Bieber, his father and 10 friends traveled to Teterboro, N.J. was so full of marijuana smoke that the pilots were forced to wear oxygen masks.

    On Friday, the FAA said it was “looking into allegations” that passengers aboard the aircraft “interfered with the flight crew in violation of FAA regulations.”

    FAA spokesman Jim Peters said Monday the agency’s Flight Standards District Office in Teterboro will do a “factfinding” investigation with no specific timetable. He said the FAA will seek to determine if anyone on the flight violated the FAA regulation that states, “No person may assault, threaten, intimidate, or interfere with a crewmember.”

    After the investigation is completed, said Peters, the Flight Standards unit will present its findings to the FAA’s legal counsel, who will decide whether to recommend prosecution.

    Should Bieber or any other passenger be charged and convicted, penalties are substantial. Persons found to have violated the law “shall be fined … imprisoned for not more than 20 years, or both.” Fines for unruly passengers can reach $25,000 per violation, and “one incident can result in multiple violations,” according to the FAA’s website.

    Meridian Air Charter, which leased the jet, declined to comment, as did a representative of Justin Bieber.

  • Duckyhoward15

    How can you get to a plane with drugs though , in my country that won’t happen even if you were the president

    • anon

      private flights

      • Duckyhoward15

        Still you go through security you shouldn’t be found with drugs at the airport

        • guest

          You don’t go to the regular airport with all of the other passengers. Charter flights operate out of separate buildings at a different airport or a different part of the regular airport. Not much security is involved as the charter company has the name and booking information of everyone that is going to be flying. Usually someone asks routine questions before the group boards the airplane dedicated to them alone. Even arriving you may be repeating what you did when you took off. Usually a TSA agent is around and you walk through a metal detector, but it is not as high powered as these aircraft are chartered for a single individual or a single group of individuals and the charter company has all of their info in advance and if there appears to be a risk they cancel the charter or don’t book it.

          • Duckyhoward15

            Oh well now they should change that since clearly it isn’t the first time they go through this

  • honesty

    Yet another groupie. Justin, if she starts tweeting your fans and rolling in the attention, she is not the girl for you.

  • BangBang

    Is the Katherine girl known for something or is she just a random girl?