Bieber’s housekeeper talks ‘drugs’ and ‘hangers-ons’

Justin Bieber mugshot
This is Justin Bieber’s mugshot.
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Let’s all take the following with a great, big grain of salt as you know that any housekeeper of Justin Bieber’s is going to sign an iron-clad confidentiality agreement before she or he even steps into his hormone-ravaged mansion(s). But perhaps Tatiana Voziouk, who claims to be Bieber’s former housekeeper, is either being paid so much to gab to Britain’s Sunday People that it’s worth it or she is just very, very worried about her former boss and wants him to get help, non-disclosure be damned. (That, or she is just an entirely made-up person by the tabloid to help keep the clicks coming which is the theory I’d put my money on.)

Anyway,  queue the force-fed quotes! ”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,” Voziouk said. “The drugs and hangers-on are turning Justin into a zombie.” Voziouk, who began working for Bieber in 2012 and was recently let go, says she witnessed plenty of prescription drugs, marijuana and other substances on the premises.

“I was always picking up joint butts and stubs from the kitchen, lounge and pool area where they had been thrown,” she says, adding that she’d voiced concerns about Bieber’s decline to his mother and manager, but to no avail. “Justin was once a sweatheart — kind, considerate and a talented boy, and now I am concerned for him,” she says. “He is now a lost boy.”


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