We’re sure you didn’t know these details about the lifespan of the planet’s most famous stars. His mother has had to take a very difficult road, but for now, she is very happy with her son. “My childhood was dominated by sexual abuse and violence. I was molested for the first time when I was 3 years old. Among my attackers were a babysitter, the grandfather of one of my friends, and neighborhood children who were allegedly over their age. I was sexually raped so many times that over the years it started to seem normal to me,” Justin Bieber’s mother says. The reverse side of his mother’s childhood Pattie Mallette, a 40-something Canadian screenwriter and film producer, is also Justin Bieber’s mother and oversaw his early musical efforts.
Pattie gave birth to Justin when she was 17 and was emotionally upset because she was still single. Quoting Mallette, “My childhood was dominated by sexual abuse and violence, I was first molested at around the age of 3. My attackers included a male babysitter, the grandfather of a friend of mine, and neighborhood children who were allegedly past their adulthood. years. I was sexually raped so many times that over the years it started to seem normal to me. It’s a strange marriage, knowing that something is wrong, but at the same time finding it familiar and mundane. She started using alcohol, pot, and acid when she was 14. Additionally, she started stealing from stores.
They expelled her after she lit a fire in a college bathroom, committing an act of vandalism. She started dating Jeremy Bieber when she was 15, and the couple dated for four years. At the age of 16, she ran away from home and has since survived on a mix of petty theft and drug dealing. She felt alone, depressed and suicidal throughout this time. A suicide attempt at age 17 landed her in a psychiatric hospital. There she converted to Christianity. After Mallette was released from the hospital, she tried to reconnect with old acquaintances who didn’t share her new religion. And she talked to Jeremy Bieber again. A pregnancy occurred six months later. On March 1, 1994, in London, Ontario, Mallette gave birth to son Justin. Mallette and Jeremy Bieber continued their relationship for a while following the birth of their son, but eventually broke up.
After two years of interest in music, Mallette supported her son’s abilities. She entered Justin, then a teenager, into the 2007 Stratford Star talent show, where he sang “So Sick” by Ne-Yo and placed second. A video of the performance was uploaded by Mallette to YouTube for her family and friends to watch, and she continued to do so to follow the performances as her son gained Internet notoriety. After two years of curiosity for music, Mallette supported her son’s talents. She entered Justin, then a youngster, on the 2007 Stratford Star proficiency show, where he sang Ne-Yo’s “So Sick” and placed second. A video of the performance was uploaded by Mallette to YouTube for her family and friends to watch, and she continued to do so for subsequent performances as her son gained notoriety on the Internet. His autobiography, titled “Nowhere but Up”, was published by the Christian publishing house Revell in September 2012. The book details Mallette’s difficult upbringing and his journey to overcome abandonment and single parenthood in order to build a religion strong and a life full of grace and optimism. On the New York Times bestseller list, it debuted at position seventeen. The book has been reviewed in numerous publications around the world. Although Justin didn’t have a traditional family upbringing, his mother assured him that he would be able to provide the same to his own children.