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Justin Bieber accused of flying high; Controversy over Shakira video

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(CNN) - Justin Bieber was allegedly flying high last week and may be in more hot water.  A law enforcement official says the pop star and his father refused a pilot's warning to stop smoking pot on a charter flight from Canada to New Jersey Friday.  There was apparently so much smoke in the cabin that the flight crew put on oxygen masks.  The source says the plane was searched by officials after landing, and Bieber was detained for several hours of questioning.     Reps for Justin Bieber and U.S. Customs and Border protection declined to comment.

A politician in Shakira's native Colombia wants to ban her latest music video.  The video for the single "Can't Remember to Forget You" features scenes with Shakira and Rihanna smoking cigars and sharing a bed.  The politician calls it "immoral and vulgar."  He says he's written a letter to Shakira asking her to remove the video from the internet.  Shakira has not responded to a request for comment.

Can Jonah Hill and Leonardo Dicaprio do it again?  Their film "The Wolf of Wall Street" has been raking in the awards, along with millions at the box office.  The two will team up again for a drama based on Richard Jewell.  He's the security guard who was wrongly accused in the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Park bombing.  Hill will play Jewell, while Dicaprio will take on the role of his lawyer.
Also trending today, a controversy is brewing on the campus of Wellesley College in Massachusetts.  Imagine waking up, looking out your window and seeing a statue of a mostly naked man -- sleepwalking.  It's a piece of art that it part of an exhibition of a sculptor's work at the Wellesley College Museum.  Some at the all-female school are demanding the statue be taken down, saying it triggers thoughts of sex assault.  The museum director says the goal of the exhibition is to provoke discussion.  A change.org petition asking for its removal had more than 500 supporters.


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