Justin Bieber's Private Plane Searched For Illegal Drugs

Customs and Border Protection inspectors search pop star's plane on suspicion that marijuana was on board.
3:00 | 02/01/14

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So count here. He's facing charges in Canada and Florida and there's another investigation in California. So if you were Justin Bieber, what would you be doing right now? Well, anything but laying low, it seems, when it comes to him. Jetting into town for the super bowl but detained by authorities who said they noticed a strong odor of pot on the plane. ABC's Marci Gonzalez is here to tell us what happened next. Hey, guys, the investigation dragged on for hours, authorities there at the airport said they smelled marijuana and had they found any, Bieber's plane could have been sent right back to Toronto. But that was not the case. This morning, Justin Bieber free to celebrate super bowl weekend. Omaha. Reporter: But before he could join the New York City parties and all the action in new Jersey, another dose of drama. The pop star stopped at teterboro airport in New Jersey. His private jet held on the tarmac after reports there was a smell of marijuana on board. Drug-sniffing dogs brought in to search the plane and the luggage turning up nothing illegal. 19-year-old Bieber interviewed by federal agents at length before finally being released. What Justin Bieber has to understand is because of his antics the last few weeks, there's a target on his back. Reporter: The spotlight once again on the biebs for something other than his music. This week the same day his new video for the song "Confident" was released. ♪ No no no ♪ Reporter: Police in Toronto charged him with assaulting a limo driver back in December. This coming just days after the teen star was arrested in Miami accused of drag racing and DUI. His alleged antics making more than just headlines. A petition to deport the canadian-born sinker now has enough significants to get the attention of the white house. Americans would like to see Justin Bieber deported and his green card revoke sfwld that process will occur as is our commitment there will be a response. Still no decision on whether Bieber could be deported and as for last night's incident at the airport, so far no comment from Bieber or investigators. But we got the white house to comment on this. Incredible. You know you've made it. This is the beginning of the decline and fall of the western culture. When carnie has to address it. Coming up on "Good morning America," you can have what

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