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Police: Bieber Urine Had Pot And Xanax

"Agitated" singer failed sobriety tests following bust

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Justin Bieber Toxicology

JANUARY 30--Reeking of marijuana, Justin Bieber tested positive for pot and Xanax following his arrest earlier this month in Miami for DUI, according to newly released police reports.

The documents show that Bieber failed a series of field sobriety tests administered by Miami Beach Police Department officers and that the 19-year-old singer also consented to a urine test that showed he had marijuana and the anti-anxiety drug in his system.

After agreeing to perform a Breathalyzer test, the bloodshot Bieber “could not blow continuously for more than a couple of seconds.” When a cop accused him of “purposely not blowing properly” in a bid to “deceive” police, Bieber replied that he was “blowing as hard as he could, and told me to look at how red his face was,” according to one report.

An “agitated” Bieber then “advised  that he was blowing into the hose like he blows into his trumpet.”

Asked if he took medications, Bieber said that he did, but claimed not to know the names of his anti-anxiety pills. When a cops pressed him on how that could be possible, the performer explained, “Well, my mom takes care of all that stuff for me.”

While being driven to the police station, an officer reported noticing “the strong odor of marijuana coming from the back seat of my vehicle.” When the cop told Bieber that he “reeked of marijuana,” the singer replied, “Yeah, we were smoking all night at the studio.”

On a DUI test report, an officer checked off boxes describing Bieber’s attitude as excited, talkative, profanity, cooperative, insulting, and cocky. His speech was “mumbled” and his pupils were dilated.

Bieber, who has entered a written plea of not guilty, is scheduled for a February 14 arraignment on those charges. (4 pages)