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Wendy Williams says troubled Justin Bieber once ‘tore up’ her green room and ‘punched’ a crew member

WENDY Williams claimed a troubled Justin Bieber destroyed her greenroom and and "punched" a crew member when he was a guest on the show.

The daytime talk show host told viewers on Wednesday she wasn't surprised to hear about his drug addiction revelations in his docuseries Seasons based on his past behavior.

Wendy said on Hot Topics today that back in 2009 Justin "tore up the greenroom here", adding: "I don't have to tell you about that."

She went to claim that he punched a crew member and was nasty to everyone at the show that day.

But Wendy added: "It was Scooter [Braun] and his father who made him go upstairs and straighten up that greenroom.

"So they had a piece of a handle on him, but dad somehow fell in love with the limelight and wasn't as bossy as a dad should be, and Scooter goes off doing other things."

After his alleged outburst, Wendy wasn't surprised to learn he was on drugs and smoking weed at an early age.

The Yummy singer said in the docuseries he would smoke pot and pop pills the moment he got out of bed.

He said he was hooked on marijuana beginning at 13 and later moved on to a codeine-based cocktail as well as MDMA and mushrooms.

The 25-year-old newlywed said: “My security were coming in at night to check my pulse.

"People don’t know how serious it got. It was legit crazy, scary.”

As part of the singer's recovery he uses an oxygen chamber in the studio to deal with anxiety.
He added: “Anti-depressants help me get out of bed.”

Wendy concluded her segment saying Justin's journey is a good lesson for his young fans.

She said: "It's very sad... For you young people who happen to be watching the Miss Wendy show right now, you better take this example and put down everything and get your life together."

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