Justin Bieber Cleared in New Jersey’s Flight Investigation

Justin Bieber Free Teterboro marijuana

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) confirmed that it has closed its investigation into what went down on Justin Bieber’s private jet when he, his father Jeremy Bieber and his friends were flying to New Jersey for Super Bowl festivities earlier this year (February 2014).

Justin and his group were briefly detained at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey and later CNN reported that an investigation was ongoing into whether the passengers mistreated the flight crew and were smoking so much marijuana that the pilots needed oxygen masks. Authorities had searched the plane for drugs but came up empty.

On July 3rd, FAA spokesperson has confirmed that the investigation has been dropped. A statement from the organization reads:

The Faa closed its investigation into allegations that passengers interfered with the flight crew on a Gulfstream G-Iv aircraft that landed at Teterboro Airport on Friday, Jan. 31, 2014.

The FAA found no evidence that the passengers violated Federal Aviation Regulations.

  • Belieber

    I understand. It’s one less problem.

  • Lailani

    That’s good to hear. Super Amazing and to sweet


    I from beginnig know that Justin Bieber was innocent .

  • Hannah Cortez

    Well im glad thats over with

    • BelieberIsForever <3

      Same :)

  • morgan

    Well im glad thats over with

  • ivan

    He and his father were trashed over that all over the media; now he’s cleared. Will they apologize for causing him to get hate? Will they even bother to report this? Report after Report turns out untrue and they don’t report it-they are scum!

  • Nicki

    One less problem!

  • Birk

    A lot of people who are ignorant and stupid to begin with owe Justin Bieber and his dad Jeremy a honest and sincere apology, both were on that plane and were accused of awful things which we now know there was no evidence it ever happened. I knew all along that Justin never did what those air flight crew claimed he did.