UH-OH. Justin Bieber is now a certified “bad boy”, and not the good kind at that.
Posted by MoJoe as Mischief & Mayhem at 9:47 AM EDT on Oct, 19 2011
So much for young and wholesome. Mitchel Musso was caught DUI. He is best known for his role in the show Hannah Montana, where he played Miley Cyrus’ close friend and sidekick.
Yeah, we know, who really cares about his teen semi-star, but we’re just saying that this is a disturbing trend among those Disney channel kids. They act all fun and cutesy on the show, build a fan base among kids who think they’re cool and funny and popular, and then they go out and do something stupid.
Seriously, driving while drunk? Mitchel isn’t of legal drinking age. He’s only 20, so at this point even taking a sip of beer is illegal. And then he consumes well over .08, and drove past an intersection, and wouldn’t follow the cops when he was caught…
Not exactly what you’d call model behavior, huh?
But then we’re not surprised. There’s the classic case of Lindsay Lohan, another cute little kid star whose life is now a trainwreck. And Britney Spears kind of lost her head (and her hair) too for a while.
Next thing we know, Mickey Mouse gets caught for dealing crack.
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Bai Ling — best known for her roles in The Crow and Anna and the King — was arrested for shoplifting two magazines and batteries.
She claims that it was an honest mistake, and had really planned to pay for the items (which cost just a little over $16). In the end, she had to fork over $700 in penalties.
Mischa Barton’s Dec 27 arrest has led to formal charges of driving under the influence, possession of marijuana, and driving without a valid license. She will face the court on Thursday.
Paris Hilton’s brother is following in her (drunken) footsteps. He was arrested for DUI, and worse, carrying a fake license.
When reporters contacted Barron’s father Rick Hilton, he said: “I haven’t been contacted yet by either my son or the police. If what I have heard is true, it is very disturbing and I will have a lot to say â€“ but it will be to my son, not the media.”