The Canadian singer's manager took to Twitter on Wednesday night (29 January) to assure fans that Justin's family are behind him.
"For all those asking, Jeremy Bieber and Pattie Mallette love their son. Stop passing judgement on a situation you don't understand," wrote Scooter.
"I ask people to be kind and hope for the best in people. Not assume the worst. Thanks."
19-year-old Justin was arrested in Miami last week on suspicion of driving under the influence, resisting arrest without violence and driving with an expired license.
He was stopped by an officer at around 4am on 23 January on suspicion of drag racing his rented yellow Lamborghini along a residential street.
Justin appeared in front of a judge via videolink from prison later that day, wearing a regulation prison jumpsuit. He was released on bail shortly afterwards.
Then, yesterday, Justin was charged with allegedly assaulting a limo driver in Toronto in December 2013. Justin appeared in person at the Canadian police station. He's scheduled to appear in court on 10 March although his lawyer has insisted he is innocent.
Justin flew to his native Canada from Panama, where he travelled after his arrest in Florida. He was seen strolling on a beach with a model and quad biking.
His manager Scooter and mentor Usher were both photographed there as well, sparking speculation they'd flown in for an intervention.
It's not emerged his mother Pattie was also in Panama, as she tweeted yesterday: "Landed in ATL from Panama & U would think it was the apocalypse! Took me 6 hours for what is usually a 30 min drive! Its just snow people! (sic)."
She has not publicly addressed Justin's recent legal troubles.
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