‘Weed plays a huge part in Bieber’s life’

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iol pic ton_PEOPLE-JUSTINBEIBER-_0123_11 Reuters Canadian teen pop singer Justin Bieber is shown in this combo of booking photos provided by the Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department in Miami, Florida on January 23, 2014. Picture: Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department/Handout via Reuters

Justin Bieber's former housekeeper says he will “become the next Michael Jackson” if he isn't careful.

Tatiana Voziouk has claimed the singer's drug use is making him into a “zombie”, and she is constantly “terrified” he will end up dead, like the 'Thriller' hitmaker who passed away in 2009.

She told the Sunday People newspaper: “The drugs and hangers-on are turning Justin into a zombie.

“I'm terrified he'll become the next Michael Jackson. If he doesn't act now I will hear one day that he has passed away.

“It is heartbreaking. I have decided to speak out now as I care for him.”

Meanwhile, according to reports in The Sun on Sunday newspaper, the 'Beauty and a Beat' singer - who was charged with drink driving, resisting arrest and drag racing in Miami in the early hours of Thursday morning (23.01.14) - “smokes 12 bongs a day”.

A source said: “Weed plays a huge part in Justin's life. He smokes 12 bongs a day and can spend £5 000 a week.”

They also suggested the “out of control” had to “see sense” while he can still help himself.

The insider added: “Justin thinks he is invincible. He's out of control. Hopefully he'll see sense before it's too late.” - Bang Showbiz

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