Justin Bieber's Manager Was Asked About Bieber's Breakdown And His Answer Was Heartbreaking

“[Justin] called me and said, ‘This happened. Enough is enough.’”

On Monday, Justin Bieber's manager Scooter Braun sat down for an interview with Complex, where he opened up about a number of things — including Justin Bieber's infamous breakdown.

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Scooter said it all started when Bieber turned 18.

Scooter said it all started when Bieber turned 18.
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And that Bieber's perspective may be different from other people's because he doesn't remember a lot of it.

And that Bieber's perspective may be different from other people's because he doesn't remember a lot of it.
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Scooter said he felt as though he failed Justin.

Scooter said he felt as though he failed Justin.
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"It wasn't until one day, something happened," Scooter added. "[Justin] called me and said, 'This happened. Enough is enough. I need to make a change.' He asked me to help him because I had been doing the research and had the resources to do so."

"It wasn't until one day, something happened," Scooter added. "[Justin] called me and said, 'This happened. Enough is enough. I need to make a change.' He asked me to help him because I had been doing the research and had the resources to do so."
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He said he helped Justin as much he possibly could.

He said he helped Justin as much he possibly could.
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To me, the only point I had, where 'Is it over?' wasn't a scary career over. I thought I was going to lose him. I thought he was going to die. That was the scariest point because he was an adult. I couldn't force him to stay next to me. There were points where I didn't know if, in the morning, he was going to be there. I was petrified.

The good news is that Justin seems to be in a really good place right now and living his best life. Good for him. 👏

The good news is that Justin seems to be in a really good place right now and living his best life. Good for him. 👏
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