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Book Center. 15. What is Justin's father's name? 1. Jeremy Bieber 2. Scott Bieber 3. Ryan Bieber 4. Aaron Bieber 5. Billy Bieber Great job! You completed the Bieber quiz Now let's see.
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She split up with his father, Jeremy Bieber, when Justin was only ten months old. Soon afterward, Jeremy took a construction job in Winnipeg, and Justin saw him only once in a while. As a young mother, Pattie often found it difficult to.
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... get a good job. But about six months later, Mallette drifted back into her old habits. She began to go to parties again and started dating Jeremy Bieber, a local boxer and construction worker who had a police record for assault.
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My Story Justin Bieber ... My dad, Jeremy Bieber, was basically a kid, doing his best to handle huge adult responsibilities. ... Mom basically worked her butt off at whatever job she could get to keep a roof over our heads.
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If God can help me find my way up, I promise, He can do the same for you. ***** You may know her only as Justin Bieber's mom, but Pattie Mallette has an incredible life story of her own.
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Profiles the life of the young singer who went from singing in the streets and in YouTube videos to achieving pop music superstardom.
Jeremy Bieber job from books.google.com
The people guiding his career felt it was time for him to take the next step, which meant a mammoth headlining ... Pattie did not have the stomach for the task and so the job of teaching Justin how to drive fell to his father, Jeremy.
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But she’s real and she’s all ours!” —Tina Fey “Ellie is a hilarious and talented writer, although we’ll never know how much of this book the squirrel wrote.”—Mindy Kaling Meet Ellie, the best-intentioned redhead next door.
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It's just astounding." — Paula Hawkins, author of Into the Water and The Girl on the Train "This book is a marvel.