According to a police report obtained by NBC News, the flight crew aboard Justin Bieber's flight from Canada to New Jersey on Friday complained of the pop star smoking marijuana and verbally abusing a flight attendant.
According to the news source, the marijuana smoke was so pervasive that the pilots put on oxygen masks to avoid inhaling the smoke and failing any drug tests after the flight.
The report goes on to claim that the passengers were warned to stop smoking marijuana and also to refrain from harassing the flight attendant.
"After several warnings [the pilot] asked the flight attendant to stay with him near the cockpit to avoid any further abuse," the report read.
Bieber's father and 10 friends are said to have accompanied the 19-year-old singer on the flight.
NBC News reports that Bieber admitted to smoking marijuana and drinking alcohol when interviewed at Teterboro, but he claimed that he didn't have any "additional marijuana."
Bieber was released from federal custody on Friday without charges after no pot was found on his plane.
This episode followed Bieber's arrest in Toronto on January 29 where he was charged with assault. He's also due in Miami court on February 14 for a DUI allegation.