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JUSTIN BIEBER TESTS POSITIVE FOR MARIJUANA AND XANAX


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TMZ has reported that Justin Bieber's toxicology report has been revealed and the singer tested positive for marijuana and prescription meds. According to the report, the singer's urine was tested after he was busted for DUI last Thursday (January 23rd) and it showed that there was THC and Alprazolam -- which is the main ingredient in Xanax, in his system.

The report also showed that Biebz tested negative for cocaine, opiates, meth and other drugs. 

  • According to the site, the singer told the police that he had been smoking weed in his recording studio the night that he was arrested. 
  • As previously reported, Bieber has already pled not guilty to DUI charges, resisting arrest and driving with an expired license. 

IS BIEBER LOOKING TO MOVE?

In other news, is Bieber looking to ditch his Calabasas neighbors? According to TMZ, real estate said that Bieber has been looking at homes in Hidden Valley -- which is 20 miles from Calabasas. The singer reportedly has his eye on an area in Hidden Valley called White Stallion Estates. He is also interested in Portrero RD -- which is also in Hidden Valley. Reports have said that the singer is looking for a home with between 10 and 20 acres of land and the homes in both areas fit the criteria. 

  • Apparently, Bieber wants to move out of Calabasas immediately, although he has been looking for a new pad for three months. 

BIEBER TAKES A $5,000 HIT

Meanwhile, Bieber can't seem to catch a break. According to TMZ, the singer had to cough up $5,000 for smoking weed in the Miami mansion that he rented earlier this month. Sources close to the cleaners told the site that the singer rented the five-bedroom home for seven days through CarefreeLifestyle.com and left the home reeking of weed. 

  • TMZ has reported that Bieber paid $4,200 per night from January 18th to 25th. He also had to pay a $20,000 security deposit. However, Bieber only got back around $15,000 because the cleaners estimated that it would cost around $5,000 to rid the home of the scent.
 

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