Jeremy Bieber, Justin Bieber's father is publicly supporting his son who is facing media scrutiny following recent legal troubles.
After Justin, the 19-year-old Canadian singer,turned himself into Canadian police officers stemming from assault accusations from a limousine driver last month, his father took to Twitter to let it be known that he was giving his son refuge.
"Safe and sound #homesweethome," Jeremy tweeted along with a picture of his famed son sleeping in bed with his little brother.
Jeremy also took to Twitter to support his son last week after he was arrested on suspicion of DUI in Miami.
"Love @justinbieber @JazmynBieber @JaxonBieber #reallife," Jeremy tweeted. "I can protect my kids, but I can't protect them from you and your lies. Believe in the truth not in the lies of the enemy. #reallife."
Although Bieber's mother has been quiet about her son on the social networking website of late, his manager Scooter Braun let it be known that he has both of his parents' support.
"For all those asking @JeremyBieber and @pattiemallette love their son. Stop passing judgement on a situation u dont understand," Braun tweeted. "..i ask people to be kind and hope for the best in people. not assume the worst. thanks. (SIC)"
Last year, Bieber's mother Pattie Mallette let it be known that she does encourage her son during his growing pains.
"I pray for him," Mallette told E! News last year. "I encourage him. I can't really speak to how he handles that part of his life."
Mallette and Bieber have both been vocal about their Christian faith throughout the years. However, Bieber has been the subject of numerous media headlines recently that have alleged violent behavior, issues with substance abuse.
While Bieber recently denied the negative media reports in an Us Weekly report, his mother has made it clear that letting her 19-year-old son grow up in the spotlight is no easy task.
"It's tough letting go and letting our kids make the mistakes that they need to make," Mallette said last year on "Today." "And I just have to trust that he's made good decisions in the past and hopefully he's learned from some of my mistakes."