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Justin Bieber's mother wants more children

11 March 2014, 10:36

Los Angeles - Justin Bieber's mother wants more kids.

The 20-year-old superstar's is the only child of Pattie Mallette - who raised him as a single parent after she and Justin's father split when he was 10 months old - but now she's beginning to get broody again.

Pattie, 37, posted a picture of her holding a friend's baby and wrote: "A baby looks good on me eh? (Yep still Canadian). #iwantmorekids! (sic)"

It is not known if Pattie is dating anyone at the moment, although she has had a busy few months after Justin's behaviour started getting him into trouble.

She flew to Panama for an emergency meeting with the Confident singer alongside his manager, Scooter Braun, in January, after his arrest in Miami for allegedly having an expired licence and resisting arrest.

This came weeks after his home in Calabasas, California, was raided by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, following the egging of neighbour's property. Days after his Panama break, Justin also flew to Toronto where he was charged with allegedly hitting a limo driver over the Christmas period.

Justin's father, Jeremy, has grown a strong bond with his son in recent years and was with him when he was arrested in Miami. After splitting from Pattie, he went on to marry Erin Bieber, with whom he has two children, Jazmyn, five, and Jaxon, four.

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