When you’re 19 years old, and you are labeled eccentric, you might have a problem.
After a series of strange and disturbing events in Great Britain, followed by a series of other odd situations, questions are being raised about the mental stability of Justin Bieber.
His reported stunts included altercations in a London night club, seen wearing a “gas mask” on the streets, and a heated discussion with a London paparazzi. His cancelling of one concert, and a physical breakdown at another added to concerns and questions about his physical and mental condition.
Now he was seen in Warsaw, Poland, parading through the airport shirtless. After a sold out concert in Lodz, central Poland, the 19-year-old took off his shirt in a car as it drove up to the airport late in the night on Monday. He walked through the airport topless in temperatures of about -10C (14F), and only put his shirt on prior to boarding is private jet.
“He wasn’t told to take off his clothes. He had no metal objects on him.” a spokeswoman for Lodz Airport told Reuters. “He’s quite skinny so I assume he was probably freezing.”
He is also apparently having angry relations with his neighbor at his Calabasas home in California.
Los Angeles County Sherriff’s Department spokesman Steve Whitmore says authorities were called to the scene in Calabasas just after 9 a.m. Tuesday.
It is unclear if this is the first time authorities have been called by his neighbors. There have been no arrests, but the neighbor has filed charges of “battery” against the 19-year-old pop star.
Sources told TMZ that Bieber and the neighbor got into an argument regarding the neighbor’s complaints that Bieber’s house was noisy and packed with partiers while the singer was touring in Europe.
The sources added that despite the neighbor’s claims, Bieber did not have physical contact with him. The singer’s security team reportedly escorted the neighbor off of Bieber’s property.
In January, a former bodyguard filed suit against Bieber for repeatedly striking him in an October confrontation.
His “tweets” have indicated that the media has exaggerated most of the incidents. He is doing the “best he can”.
Columnist-The Guardian Express