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Justin Bieber kept a private jet grounded in South Florida for eight hours yesterday while he searched for his pet monkey, according to reports.

Justin Bieber, Monkey

The singer, who was in Miami for Game 7 of the NBA Finals, chartered a private jet to take him home to L.A. It was supposed to take off at 11 a.m. EDT.

Bieber did not show until 3 p.m., and then said he wasn't ready to leave because he needed to retrieve his monkey from nearby West Palm Beach.

Four more hours passed, and JB actually chartered a helicopter to bypass street traffic and retrieve the primate. Finally, just before 8 p.m., the plane left.

It is not confirmed that the monkey made it on board with Justin.

Meanwhile, back home in his Calabasas gated community, Biebs' loser friends Lil Twist and Lil Za were terrorizing his neighborhood as usual.

And we thought Paula Deen had the worst PR people ever.

by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Justin Bieber has lost ownership of his pet monkey.

As reported late last week, the singer had until midnight Friday to cover the costs of Mally after Germany customs seized the pet due to improper paperwork when Justin entered that country for a concert in March.

Bieber failed to do so and the little guy is now officially property of Germany.

Justin Bieber, Monkey

Ian Somerhalder called Bieber out over the weekend, telling him to "set a good example" as a pet-owning role model.

Justin did not respond, but he does have six weeks to protect Germany's decision. In the meantime, Mally continues to reside at an animal shelter, while Bieber deals with a different kind of fallout:

He was booed at Sunday's Billboard Music Awards.

by Hilton Hater at . Comments

More bad news today for Justin Bieber.

On the heels of being named the most unfavorable singer in the country, Bieber has been told he must shell out a few thousand dollars if he ever wants to see his pet monkey again.

Justin Bieber in Purple

In March, German custom officials in Munich quarantined the animal because it was illegal to bring him into the country. He's been residing in a local shelter for the past two months.

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