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Drugs Found on Justin Bieber Tour Bus

Police searched vehicle outside singer's concert in Sweden

April 25, 2013 11:55 AM ET
ustin Bieber performs in Paris.
Justin Bieber performs in Paris.
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Drugs and a stun gun were found on Justin Bieber's tour bus used after Swedish police raided the vehicle, which was parked beneath the concert venue Globen in Stockholm where the pop star was performing, the BBC reports.

Police did not say what the drug was and have sent the evidence to a lab for analysis. Cops, however, reportedly raided the empty bus after smelling marijuana coming from inside while it was parked outside the hotel Bieber was staying at earlier in the day.

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The drug squad was called and subsequently searched the bus after it dropped a number of people off at the venue. No arrests were made, no suspects were named and the police do not plan on making any more of the matter.

Just a few months ago Bieber caused a stir among his fans after paparazzi photos caught the young pop-star at a hotel party smoking what appeared to be pot. Though he didn't address the drug issue outright, Bieber took to Twitter soon after, writing: "everyday growing and learning. trying to be better. u get knocked down, u get up." He added, "i see all of u. i hear all of u. i never want to let any of you down. i love u. and..thank u."

Bieber is currently in the middle of the European leg of his Believe world tour, which has been turbulent at times. In London, the singer got into a screaming match with a paparazzi. In Germany, customs officials detained and quarantined a pet monkey the pop star had brought with him without the proper paperwork (he has a month to pick up the capuchin, named Mally). And after returning to California following a show in Poland, Bieber reportedly threatened his neighbor during a confrontation about the parties he threw at his home.

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