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(TMZ)   Cops have spoken to Justin Bieber's neighbors about the liquor, litter, and drugs left strewn about by the Canadian celebrity and his entourage and are encouraging those same neighbors to put him under citizen's arrest   (tmz.com) divider line 66
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2014-07-22 09:49:37 AM  
Yes, because I'm sure this little brats team of security guards and hanger ons will allow you to get within 100 feet of him to make that citizens arrest.
 
2014-07-22 11:12:28 AM  
We're told police informed residents cops can't make an arrest for a misdemeanor if they don't see it happen

I'm sure if they really wanted to they could make up some probable cause and bust in and get all the evidence they need. But it's Beverly Hills and he's a white celebrity.
 
2014-07-22 12:32:50 PM  
our?
 
2014-07-22 12:39:27 PM  

menschenfresser: our?


Came for this, leaving satisfied
 
2014-07-22 12:42:38 PM  

menschenfresser: our?


Bieber?
 
2014-07-22 12:45:22 PM  

menschenfresser: our?


Sorry.  Typo.  Should have been hour.
 
2014-07-22 12:46:39 PM  
Isn't seeing paraphernalia in plain sight probably cause?
 
2014-07-22 12:48:52 PM  
our? Who rote the headline? A Canadian?
 
2014-07-22 12:49:25 PM  
'Murica still held hostage.
 
2014-07-22 12:50:07 PM  
Living that rock and roll life style.  Good for him.
 
2014-07-22 12:54:46 PM  
Does citizen's arrest mean throwing him off of the roof?  Because if that is the case, I hope they citizen's arrest the fark out of him.
 
2014-07-22 12:54:54 PM  
www.wildsound-filmmaking-feedback-events.com
 citizen's arrest    citizen's arrest  citizen's arrest
 
2014-07-22 12:55:19 PM  

usttsdw: Isn't seeing paraphernalia in plain sight probably cause?


Like I said, Beverly Hills police + white celebrity = very hard to get arrested. As they say in the cop movies, "The mayor would have their ass".
 
2014-07-22 12:57:02 PM  

spman: Yes, because I'm sure this little brats team of security guards and hanger ons will allow you to get within 100 feet of him to make that citizens arrest.


Who said he was the one getting citizen arrested? Cut off the fat, so they say. Let them scream "You don't understand! I'M FRIENDS WITH JUSTIN BIEBER!" as they get dragged away.
 
2014-07-22 12:59:25 PM  
 
2014-07-22 12:59:27 PM  

Mugato: usttsdw: Isn't seeing paraphernalia in plain sight probably cause?

Like I said, Beverly Hills police + white celebrity = very hard to get arrested. As they say in the cop movies, "The mayor would have their ass".


Then we need to send Eddie Murphy in there with a pretend STD.
 
2014-07-22 01:03:09 PM  
How long until he's 27?
 
2014-07-22 01:03:54 PM  

spman: Yes, because I'm sure this little brats team of security guards and hanger ons will allow you to get within 100 feet of him to make that citizens arrest.


They mean go to the magistrate and swear out a warrant, not physically grab him and take him to the police station.
 
2014-07-22 01:04:09 PM  
This is only the beginning.....We breed them then unleash them upon your country (to get you back for your inane politics and weak beer).  We are currently incubating the great grandchild of Anne Murray.  He is going to be the most annoying rapper you have ever heard, homies.  Bwah Ha Ha Ha!
 
2014-07-22 01:10:26 PM  

Rixel: This is only the beginning.....We breed them then unleash them upon your country (to get you back for your inane politics and weak beer).  We are currently incubating the great grandchild of Anne Murray.  He is going to be the most annoying rapper you have ever heard, homies.  Bwah Ha Ha Ha!


That's it. I demand another apology for Bryan Adams. NOW!
 
2014-07-22 01:10:34 PM  
How about a Citizen's Executioner?
 
2014-07-22 01:10:48 PM  

Mad Scientist: menschenfresser: our?

Sorry.  Typo.  Should have been hour.


Ower?  No, that doesn't work... although, in today's English, perhaps it does.
 
2014-07-22 01:11:01 PM  

Rixel: This is only the beginning.....We breed them then unleash them upon your country (to get you back for your inane politics and weak beer).  We are currently incubating the great grandchild of Anne Murray.  He is going to be the most annoying rapper you have ever heard, homies.  Bwah Ha Ha Ha!


I swear to the old gods and the new, if you are besmirching the wonderful Anne Murray we will have words sir, WORDS!!!!
Now I am going to have this damn song in my head

It's not easy to find someone who cares
It's not easy to find magic in pairs
Now that you have him, hold him
Treasure him from day to day.
It's so easy.
 
2014-07-22 01:11:47 PM  
What utter and complete nonsense. Everybody knows the real Justin Bieber died back in May, during a tragic incident involving a prostitute who bore a disturbing resemblance to his mother, a strap on, and a plastic bag. Now it's just some young lesbian girl hired by Usher and Scooter Braun to impersonate Justin Bieber, write down to the low rent ink.
 
2014-07-22 01:14:33 PM  
He can come over to my property and strew liquor and drugs about.
 
2014-07-22 01:16:13 PM  

Rixel: This is only the beginning.....We breed them then unleash them upon your country (to get you back for your inane politics and weak beer).  We are currently incubating the great grandchild of Anne Murray.  He is going to be the most annoying rapper you have ever heard, homies.  Bwah Ha Ha Ha!


We're still licking our wounds over Celine Dion and that farking boat song. You're lucky you gave us Shatner.
 
2014-07-22 01:17:59 PM  

Mugato: Rixel: This is only the beginning.....We breed them then unleash them upon your country (to get you back for your inane politics and weak beer).  We are currently incubating the great grandchild of Anne Murray.  He is going to be the most annoying rapper you have ever heard, homies.  Bwah Ha Ha Ha!

We're still licking our wounds over Celine Dion and that farking boat song. You're lucky you gave us Shatner.


Don't forget the Doohan!
 
2014-07-22 01:19:05 PM  
smodcast.com
smodcast.com
Justin Beiber hard at work on his next release
 
2014-07-22 01:19:20 PM  
LEAVE JUSTIN ALONE,,, you bastards...sob.
 
2014-07-22 01:21:54 PM  

Rixel: Mugato: Rixel: This is only the beginning.....We breed them then unleash them upon your country (to get you back for your inane politics and weak beer).  We are currently incubating the great grandchild of Anne Murray.  He is going to be the most annoying rapper you have ever heard, homies.  Bwah Ha Ha Ha!

We're still licking our wounds over Celine Dion and that farking boat song. You're lucky you gave us Shatner.

Don't forget the Doohan!


Is that right? He was a bad ass in real life.


Crewmannumber6: Justin Beiber hard at work on his next release


That's some funny shiat. If you're going to pretend to be hard at work on your next opus for a photo op while you're playing Angry Birds, plug in the prop headphones, dipshiat.
 
2014-07-22 01:28:47 PM  

Mugato: That's some funny shiat. If you're going to pretend to be hard at work on your next opus for a photo op while you're playing Angry Birds, plug in the prop headphones, dipshiat.


I hate to be that guy, but who the heck would use Beat headphones while producing music?  I mean, besides the fact that they are shiatty, overpriced designer headphones, they are well known for being overly bass-heavy and that is the absolute last thing you want while producing music.  You want to be using studio monitors specifically designed not to color the sound.

/Had to say it.
 
2014-07-22 01:30:39 PM  
We should start a Beiber kickstarter campaign. To find a heroin dealer and pay for a 'lifetime' supply.
 
2014-07-22 01:37:22 PM  
Look, I hate Bieber as much as the next guy and hope he falls off the face of the earth, but cops are going WAY overboard trying to arrest him for anything, everything, and nothing.  He eggs someone's house and they want to charge him with a felony?!   They raid his private plane with dogs on reports he was smoking pot on it (the pilots had to wear gas masks to avoid the smoke, remember?) and then found nothing, not a molecule of drugs.  Sounds like the cops falsified the raid assuming they'd find pot because Bieber, but we're wrong.  And now they're encouraging the public to watch and arrest him themselves, for beer bottles and litter?!  The cops look like they're getting frustrated enough to frame him or shoot him for some invented reason.  If I were Bieber, I'd start filing harassment and false persecution lawsuits.

He does enough douchebaggery on his own without us making shiat up and overreacting.  It just makes the cops look bad (moreso than normal) and him look sympathetic.  And there's nothing I hate more than feeling sorry for Justin Bieber.  Just give him time; he'll self-destruct (or grow the hell up) on his own without the cops pursuing this weird vendetta.
 
2014-07-22 01:37:26 PM  

Glitchwerks: I hate to be that guy, but who the heck would use Beat headphones while producing music?


Someone who isn't really producing music? Over priced and designer would be the headphones of choice for a photo op.
 
2014-07-22 01:37:46 PM  

Glitchwerks: Mugato: That's some funny shiat. If you're going to pretend to be hard at work on your next opus for a photo op while you're playing Angry Birds, plug in the prop headphones, dipshiat.

I hate to be that guy, but who the heck would use Beat headphones while producing music?  I mean, besides the fact that they are shiatty, overpriced designer headphones, they are well known for being overly bass-heavy and that is the absolute last thing you want while producing music.  You want to be using studio monitors specifically designed not to color the sound.

/Had to say it.


Does it say he is producing music anywhere?
 
2014-07-22 01:41:21 PM  

dajoro: He eggs someone's house and they want to charge him with a felony?!


I'm no lawyer but I think that is a felony. Or at least something someone should be put away for a while for.  So is forcibly ripping someone's phone out of their hand, kicking someone when they're down after your guys beat them up, and all the myriad other shiat he pulled and did no time for. He's not being unduly harassed by law enforcement, quite the opposite.
 
2014-07-22 01:49:10 PM  

dajoro: Look, I hate Bieber as much as the next guy and hope he falls off the face of the earth, but cops are going WAY overboard trying to arrest him for anything, everything, and nothing.  He eggs someone's house and they want to charge him with a felony?!   They raid his private plane with dogs on reports he was smoking pot on it (the pilots had to wear gas masks to avoid the smoke, remember?) and then found nothing, not a molecule of drugs.  Sounds like the cops falsified the raid assuming they'd find pot because Bieber, but we're wrong.  And now they're encouraging the public to watch and arrest him themselves, for beer bottles and litter?!  The cops look like they're getting frustrated enough to frame him or shoot him for some invented reason.  If I were Bieber, I'd start filing harassment and false persecution lawsuits.

He does enough douchebaggery on his own without us making shiat up and overreacting.  It just makes the cops look bad (moreso than normal) and him look sympathetic.  And there's nothing I hate more than feeling sorry for Justin Bieber.  Just give him time; he'll self-destruct (or grow the hell up) on his own without the cops pursuing this weird vendetta.


Maybe the plane incident was overblown and maybe even another, but we're talking about different law enforcement agencies all over the freakin' country.  Apparently they were called out to his condo 6 times in one weekend?

The dude needs to either chill the fark out or get a more isolated home far from any neighbors.
 
2014-07-22 01:53:48 PM  

dajoro: Look, I hate Bieber as much as the next guy and hope he falls off the face of the earth, but cops are going WAY overboard trying to arrest him for anything, everything, and nothing.  He eggs someone's house and they want to charge him with a felony?!   They raid his private plane with dogs on reports he was smoking pot on it (the pilots had to wear gas masks to avoid the smoke, remember?) and then found nothing, not a molecule of drugs.  Sounds like the cops falsified the raid assuming they'd find pot because Bieber, but we're wrong.  And now they're encouraging the public to watch and arrest him themselves, for beer bottles and litter?!



Any of us "regular citizens" do half of that, we'd already be serving 5 years in PMITA prison, and we're already encouraged to snoop on each other.

reason.com

By America's loose definition of terrorism, Beiber is by all accounts the bin Laden of music.
 
2014-07-22 01:56:06 PM  

RoxtarRyan: dajoro: Look, I hate Bieber as much as the next guy and hope he falls off the face of the earth, but cops are going WAY overboard trying to arrest him for anything, everything, and nothing.  He eggs someone's house and they want to charge him with a felony?!   They raid his private plane with dogs on reports he was smoking pot on it (the pilots had to wear gas masks to avoid the smoke, remember?) and then found nothing, not a molecule of drugs.  Sounds like the cops falsified the raid assuming they'd find pot because Bieber, but we're wrong.  And now they're encouraging the public to watch and arrest him themselves, for beer bottles and litter?!


Any of us "regular citizens" do half of that, we'd already be serving 5 years in PMITA prison, and we're already encouraged to snoop on each other.

[reason.com image 612x834]

By America's loose definition of terrorism, Beiber is by all accounts the bin Laden of music.


Don't those "See Something, Say Something" announcements just tell you to call someone if you notice a bag lying around unattended?

I wouldnt call it snooping but I see where you are coming from, I guess.
 
2014-07-22 02:01:55 PM  

Mugato: dajoro: He eggs someone's house and they want to charge him with a felony?!

I'm no lawyer but I think that is a felony. Or at least something someone should be put away for a while for.  So is forcibly ripping someone's phone out of their hand, kicking someone when they're down after your guys beat them up, and all the myriad other shiat he pulled and did no time for. He's not being unduly harassed by law enforcement, quite the opposite.


I egged a house or two in my youth, as did many my age.   It was the standard "trick" in trick or teat.  It wasn't a felony then, shouldn't be a felony now, and no one should ever go to jail or be labeled a convicted felon for life for throwing a farking egg.  It's fine, heartwarming even, to pursue him for legitimate crimes.  But felony egging is about as petty as it gets; that's virgin-spinster-cat lady thinking.  If murder and throwing eggs are both felonies, then why not make everything a felony?
 
2014-07-22 02:08:32 PM  

dajoro: Mugato: dajoro: He eggs someone's house and they want to charge him with a felony?!

I'm no lawyer but I think that is a felony. Or at least something someone should be put away for a while for.  So is forcibly ripping someone's phone out of their hand, kicking someone when they're down after your guys beat them up, and all the myriad other shiat he pulled and did no time for. He's not being unduly harassed by law enforcement, quite the opposite.

I egged a house or two in my youth, as did many my age.   It was the standard "trick" in trick or teat.  It wasn't a felony then, shouldn't be a felony now, and no one should ever go to jail or be labeled a convicted felon for life for throwing a farking egg.  It's fine, heartwarming even, to pursue him for legitimate crimes.  But felony egging is about as petty as it gets; that's virgin-spinster-cat lady thinking.  If murder and throwing eggs are both felonies, then why not make everything a felony?


The felony charge wouldn't be for the crime of egging, it would be for the dollar value of the damage done. Getting a house or car repainted can easily run into thousands of dollars.
 
2014-07-22 02:11:49 PM  

Gunny Highway: Don't those "See Something, Say Something" announcements just tell you to call someone if you notice a bag lying around unattended?


There's also billboards saying the same thing, so they aren't just found in airports and train stations. But yep, we're encouraged to police ourselves more than the actual police are expected to (as evidenced by this "we're not going to arrest Beiber, but you can if you want!").
 
2014-07-22 02:19:19 PM  
So, Police Academy 4?
 
2014-07-22 02:19:44 PM  

Mugato: usttsdw: Isn't seeing paraphernalia in plain sight probably cause?

Like I said, Beverly Hills police + white celebrity = very hard to get arrested. As they say in the cop movies, "The mayor would have their ass".



"Is this the gentleman who ruined the buffet at the Harrow club this morning?"
 
2014-07-22 02:24:19 PM  

realmolo: menschenfresser: our?

Bieber?


Canadian?
 
2014-07-22 02:25:56 PM  
He lives in a CONDO??  WTF, with his cash, why not get a damn house??
 
2014-07-22 02:29:22 PM  

Mugato: Rixel: This is only the beginning.....We breed them then unleash them upon your country (to get you back for your inane politics and weak beer).  We are currently incubating the great grandchild of Anne Murray.  He is going to be the most annoying rapper you have ever heard, homies.  Bwah Ha Ha Ha!

We're still licking our wounds over Celine Dion and that farking boat song. You're lucky you gave us Shatner.


And Neil Young.
 
2014-07-22 02:56:25 PM  

Glitchwerks: Mugato: That's some funny shiat. If you're going to pretend to be hard at work on your next opus for a photo op while you're playing Angry Birds, plug in the prop headphones, dipshiat.

I hate to be that guy, but who the heck would use Beat headphones while producing music?  I mean, besides the fact that they are shiatty, overpriced designer headphones, they are well known for being overly bass-heavy and that is the absolute last thing you want while producing music.  You want to be using studio monitors specifically designed not to color the sound.

/Had to say it.


Do you really think he does a damn thing during final mixdown?  When everything is electronic everything is adjustable post-recording.  He goes off with his joyboy buddies to hit the clubs and the poor engineer puts on his pair of Sony 7506s and goes to work.
 
2014-07-22 03:24:49 PM  
As a Canadian, I am sick and tired of the media mentioning that Beiber is Canadian, every time they mention Beiber.  I can firmly say that Beiber is an American, and we have no evidence that Beiber is/was a Canadian, and this foul attempt by the yankees to try to disavow any blame for Beiber is disgusting and unacceptable.

Own up to your Beiber you delusional yanks!
 
2014-07-22 03:34:44 PM  

veryequiped: As a Canadian, I am sick and tired of the media mentioning that Beiber is Canadian, every time they mention Beiber.  I can firmly say that Beiber is an American, and we have no evidence that Beiber is/was a Canadian, and this foul attempt by the yankees to try to disavow any blame for Beiber is disgusting and unacceptable.

Own up to your Beiber you delusional yanks!


He's as American as Ted Cruz!
 
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