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Bieber returns insults to CSI's Helgenberger

Justin Bieber retaliates against recent accusations of him being a brat from both CSI cast members and Air Quantas flight attendant.

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: May 9th, 2011 in Culture » TV » News

Bieber returns insults to CSI's Helgenberger

Justin Bieber has taken to Twitter in his attempt to seek vengeance on CSI’s Marg Helgenberger for calling him a ‘brat’ while being interviewed on a radio show this past weekend.

On French radio network Europe 1, Helgenberger described her experience working with Bieber in a somewhat inappropriate manner.

"I shouldn't be saying this but he was kind of a brat," Helgenberger begins. "He was very nice to me. But he locked one of the producers in a closet and he put his fist through a cake that was on the cast's table."

Monday morning Bieber tweeted saying, “It's kinda lame when someone you met briefly and never worked with comments on you. I will continue to wish them luck and be kind."

Helgenberger’s publicist did not reply to an email seeking comment.

Bieber also addressed another recent incident that occurred during his tour in Australia. Local media reported that a flight attendant on a Quantas flight ordered Bieber to return to his seat as he was walking down the aisle as the plane was preparing for take off. The flight attendant told the pop star that, “his behaviour was a security risk and that he had been acting like a child and would therefore be treated like one”.

Bieber responded to this report with “She was right and I sat down. That’s news.”

He added: "I know who I am and sometimes people are just going to say what they want. Keep your head up and be the man your mama raised."

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