In the midst of yet another Beiber-related drama, who else should offer advice but controversial pop-singer, Miley Cyrus.
Justin Bieber's private jet has reportedly been detained for a drug search after the 19-year-old landed in New Jersey's Terboro airport on in preparation for Sunday's Super Bowl, which he is apparently planning to attend.
This incident comes just days after Justin turned himself in to Toronto police after a December 29 skirmish involving a limo driver and follows a series of troubles for the young star including a DUI arrest, driving on an expired license and that infamous egg-related vandalism.
According to TMZ, everyone on the plane was searched but no drugs were found and they were free to go.
Miley, who is often criticised for her skimpy stage outfits and for admitting she takes drugs has now reached out to Justin with words of wisdom.
"You've got a lot of money and pay people to make sure you don't get in trouble," she said on The Tonight show with Jay Leno.
"I get the most flack yet I'm not doing anything illegal, everything I do is legal in California.
"I'm doing a lot of sh*t, but I'm not doing anything illegal - so that's alright."
The former Disney star shocked her fans when she cut her hair in 2012 and since then the singer has been determined to shake off her good-girl image.
She made headlines last year by twerking on stage with Robin Thicke, seemingly smoking marijuana while performing in Amsterdam and debuting a racy nude video for track Wrecking Ball.
It's seems Miley's whole family is keen to give Justin some support.
The star's father, Billy Ray Cyrus, also recently reached out to the Baby singer.
"A lot of people do ask me for parenting advice. So I would say, first of all, hey, I'm sure he's got lots of people talking to him right now. I would just invite him to come down and chill out with me, maybe in Tennessee," he told Access Hollywood.
"Let's go up to the tepee, build a fire, step away and just, you know, maybe take a break for a little bit, just think about what's important. Get back to life... Build a fire, count the deer and the hawks and relax a little bit."
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