Justin Bieber‘s tour bus was searched in Sweden Wednesday morning, where a small amount of marijuana and a stun gun were reportedly uncovered.
Lars Bystrom, press officer of the Stockholm police department, confirmed the tour bus was searched: ”It was an on duty police officer at the Grand Hotel in Stockholm, where Bieber was staying, who first smelled the scent of marijuana or hashish coming from the bus, just as the door of the bus slammed. There were approximately 10 people on board at the time. At that time the bus left for the Globe Arena, which is where Justin was due to perform,” Bystrom said. “The officer contacted our narcotics unit to gain a warrant to check the bus at the Globe’s garage. Police and sniffer dogs obtained a warrant to search the bus. During the raid they found a small amount of undetermined drugs and a stun gun, which would require license in Sweden.”
Bystrom continued: “The drugs have been sent for analysis and the stun gun has been seized, however because at the time of the raid the bus was empty, no suspects have been linked to the findings. We do not have any concrete suspicions against any specific individual,”he explained. “There are no hearings planned over this. Myself and my colleagues are confident in this decision.”
Bieber’s rep had no comment on the allegations, but a source close to the singer said, ”The story isn’t accurate . . . the cops did inspect but found nothing and left. No violations. Nothing.”
The 19-year-old didn’t comment on the situation, but took to his Twitter Thursday to discuss the rumor mill, “Some of the rumors about me . . . where do people even get this stuff,” he wrote. “Whatever . . . back to the music.”