Turns addict, attacks Selena: Is this the end of Justin Bieber?

Singer Justin Bieber during a concert. (BANG)

Justin Bieber allegedly urinated his initials "JB" into the snow at the weekend while on a snowboarding trip in Aspen, Colorado, with his friends.

The 'Believe' hitmaker treated himself to a weekend of snowboarding with his friends in Aspen, Colorado, last week after his home was raided by police, but it appears the pop star didn't manage to completely stay out of trouble during his trip.

According to TMZ, the 19-year-old hunk was travelling in a motorcade on Sunday (19.01.14) when he jumped out at the side of a private road in an affluent area and urinated "JB in the snow", while surrounded by his bodyguards.

The troubled star had his mansion in Calabasas, California, searched by officers last Tuesday (14.01.14) after he was accused of a vicious egg attack on his neighbour.

It was claimed last week that police found drugs and drug paraphernalia - including two large cookie jars filled with marijuana - "strewn all over" Justin's house during their raid.

However, officers didn't seize any of the items because they were primarily looking for video equipment and it is likely a search of jars and other items would have exceeded the remit of their search warrant.

Meanwhile, Justin's family have been urging him to seek help in rehab for his alleged use of recreational drugs and behavioural issues.

A source said previously: "The people who care about Justin and whom are closest to him wish he would consider getting help."

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Selena Gomez calls him 'drug addict'

Selena Gomez apparently branded Justin Bieber a "drug addict", and he sent her explicit photographs in a lengthy text message row.
 
The singer-and-actress - who is believed to have rekindled her romance with the 'Believe' hitmaker - lashed out at the 19-year-old star in a text message row which saw him send her x-rated nude photographs.
 
The messages, which were reportedly forwarded from a phone registered to Selena's stepfather, Brian Teefey, to one of her friends, begin with Justin saying: "Baby come on. I love you."
 
However, his on/off girlfriend responded with a furious attack, writing: "I don't buy that bull**** any more. I was honest with you and I gave you a second chance. All my friends were right, You're such an ********."
 
Justin replied: "You're all I need right now. I know I can make it right with you."
 
Selena hit back, writing: "U r a drug addict. U need help."
 
According to RadarOnline.com who obtained the messages, Justin then sent an explicit picture, writing: "Come on. Don't tell me you don't miss this."
 
Selena replied: "Stop it. You need to listen to Scooter [Braun, his manager] and go to rehab. U r sick."
 
The 'Baby' singer - who is being investigated by police over an egging attack on his neighbour's home - then sent another explicit photograph and wrote: ""Rehab?I make that ****** so much money."
 
Upon receiving the picture, Selena told the star they are "done" and suggested his friend Lil Za - who was arrested last week for drug possession following a police raid on Justin's home over the egging attack - had "taken the fall" for his behaviour.
 
She wrote: "And how can u let [Lil Za] take the fall of your actions. U need to grow ----- up. I hope you get jail time. U deserve it at this point."
 
After the 21-year-old starlet also advised the 'Never Say Never' star to "retire", he appeared to see red and launched a foul-mouthed attack on her.
 
He wrote: "------------!!!!! I need to grow up?! HA ok! Enjoy life with OUT ME!!! IAM DONE!
 
"Can't hear you over my cash, babe! You're only famous cuz of me. You know it. I know. Everybody knows. Bye ...!"
 
Meanwhile, it has been claimed there were drugs and drug paraphernalia - including two large cookie jars filled with marijuana - "strewn all over" Justin's mansion when police raided the property.
 
According to gossip website TMZ, the star also has a "dedicated smoking room" in his house.
 
However, police didn't seize any of the items because they were primarily looking for video equipment and it is likely a search of jars and other items would have exceeded the remit of their search warrant.

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