Party’s over — or at least we hope it is! Justin Bieber reportedly left Panama on a plane back to Los Angeles with his manager, Scooter Braun, on Jan. 28. Is the troubled young pop star finally going to try to get his life back on track?
After his shocking DUI arrest in Miami on Jan. 23 and subsequent getaway to Panama, Justin Bieber is finally going home — hopefully to regain some sense of normalcy in his life. The Believe singer was photographed at Panama International Airport with his entourage before boarding an LA-bound plane with manager Scooter Braun, according to a new report.
Justin Bieber Leaves Panama — Singer & Scooter Braun Return To LA After DUI
It’s back to reality for the Biebs, after a few days of blissful ignorance in Panama with his rumored new girlfriend Chantel Jeffries.
These next few weeks aren’t going to be easy for Justin, but thankfully he has the support of his loved ones, including his mother, Pattie Mallette, manager Scooter and mentor Usher, who all flew to Panama over the weekend. We’re sure they were trying to talk some sense into the singer!
“Justin is doing OK right now,” a source tells E! News. “He’s with friends and family. That’s what is most important now, being surrounded by family and his closest friends.”
Justin Bieber: His Shocking Reaction To Haters Who Want Him Deported
Justin’s loved ones will always be there for him, but some people are calling for him to be sent back to his native Canada after his arrest. However, Justin isn’t “worried” about what anyone has to say about him, a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
“[Justin] feels they are all haters,” the source said. “And he doesn’t put much focus on them at all.”
So HollywoodLifers, do you think Justin should get help when he gets home? Let us know.
— Tierney McAfee
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