This does not look good. After a report claimed that police found a treasure trove of drugs and paraphernalia inside Justin’s house, photos have now surfaced allegedly showing just that — the singer’s kitchen stocked with substances.
As if Justin Bieber didn’t have enough to worry about, now photos claiming to be of the singer’s house and kitchen have been released, depicting a shocking amount of drugs and drug paraphernalia. Is this another sign that Justin needs help?
Justin Bieber’s House Filled With Drugs?
The pictures (see them here) obtained by TMZ, suggest that a ton of drug use has been going on at Justin’s house, where the photos were allegedly taken in the beginning of 2013. One picture shows a bong and large quantities of marijuana, while another shows an elaborate smoking station. The third picture shows rapper Khalil, who was pulled over and arrested in Miami with Justin on Jan. 23, allegedly in Justin’s kitchen holding a styrofoam cup — which is usually what the drug sizzurp is drunk out of.
These photos pair with the Jan. 20 report that claimed LA County Sheriff’s deputies found a treasure trove of drugs when raiding Justin’s house on Jan. 14 to paint a pretty dark picture of Justin’s home life.
However, it’s also difficult to take the pictures at face value. First of all, they’re reportedly over a year old. Secondly, there isn’t much to actually prove that what we’re seeing in the photos is Justin’s kitchen and house.
Justin Bieber: Does He Need Help?
That being said — assuming the drugs shown in the pictures aren’t his — there’s still no doubt that Justin still needs to do major rehab work on his image.
Justin may not have been going as fast as initially reported when he was pulled over in Miami, but the fact is he still admitted to taking prescription drugs and smoking weed before getting behind the wheel. And he still resisted arrest.
We hope Justin’s situation isn’t as bad as these alleged photos of his house suggest, but either way some changes need to be made. What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Let us know.
— Andrew Gruttadaro