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Justin Bieber, Drug Search [PHOTOS]: Selena Gomez's Ex-Boyfriend Stopped in Florida, Narcotics-Sniffing Dogs Used on 'Slave to the Rhythm' Singer's SUV

by Jon Niles   Aug 20, 2013 23:20 PM EDT

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Over the weekend, we saw that Justin Bieber was hanging out with Kevin Hart and Jay Z thanks to an Instagram post, but what we didn't see was the drug-sniffing dog checking the "Heartbreaker" singer's bags at the Ft Lauderdale International Airport. According to TMZ, the cops were called in to search the singer's S.U.V. because they received an anonymous tip that someone in his entourage had drugs on him.

The site stated: "The reason cops searched the bags is because they received an anonymous tip someone in Justin's party had drugs in their luggage. Justin's bags, along with the bags of his entourage, were searched. Cops found nothing."

Looks like this anonymous tip was off the mark this time. While all of this was going on, Bieber was busy posing with fans that were lucky enough to see the singer during the process.

CLICK HERE to see photos of Justin Bieber's S.U.V. being searched.

This isn't the first time one of Justin's vehicles was searched for drugs. Mstars recently reported on the 19-year-old's tour van being stopped at the Canadian border to be searched for narcotics. Here is an excerpt:

While crossing the Canadian border to get to a show in Detroit over the weekend, one of the "Believe World Tour" busses was stopped and searched. Upon a second inspection of the bus, a drug-sniffing dog alerted officers to an alarming smell. The officers searched the vehicle to find a small amount of weed accompanied by paraphernalia for said drugs.

Again, the 19-year-old "Heartbreaker" singer was not on the bus at the time, so the driver was given a hefty fine for the illegal items and substance.

This all happened the night after Justin showed up to Selena Gomez's 21st birthday party with a rose in hand. The two apparently took part in some "heavy PDA," too.

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