Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin spotted entering marriage bureau in NYC

Lewis Collier
September 14, 2018

But there was a period where the 24-year-old was so troubled that Braun was convinced Bieber's days were numbered.

Speaking on Van Lathan's Red Pill Podcast, the talent manager - who also represents the likes of Ariana Grande, Martin Garrix and Kanye West - said he would often worry that he'd wake up to the news of the "Sorry" singer's death, due to a drug overdose. "I LOVE THIS because it reminds me IM NOT EXACTLY WHERE I WANT TO BE BUT THANK GOD IM NOT WHERE I USED TO BE! I thought he was going to sleep one night and that he would have so much crap in his system that he would not wake up the next morning".

Another eyewitness says that official was a judge, which could indicate the pair were actually married instead of just preemptively gaining a license to be Wednesday at a later date. "So I just refused". TMZ reported that the singer was "using drugs with alarming regularity" that family and friends had urged him to enter rehab. In January, Bieber was charged and pleaded not guilty a DUI, resisting arrest without violence and driving with an expired license following suspicions of being involved in a street race in Miami, Florida.

Since there is no confirmation of either of the two, all we can do is wait for their official word and a grand wedding.

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Now though, Justin - who is now engaged to Hailey Baldwin - has turned his life around, and Scooter insists that it was the star's own decision to get help. "The eyewitnesses say he was crying and at one point said to his fiancée, 'I can't wait to marry you, baby'".

Braun didn't specify what substances Bieber struggled with, if any, besides alcohol, but hinted that the pressures of fame, as well as fan worship from his devoted Beliebers, led him to a "dark place" where he lost himself and didn't feel like he had any goal.

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