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Pattie Mallette, the mother of Justin Bieber, is a talented Canadian scriptwriter and producer in her forties. She has been closely observing her son’s musical abilities since he was a young child.

Pattie welcomed Justin into the world at the tender age of 17, feeling emotionally overwhelmed as she navigated the journey of single motherhood.

You probably don’t know these interesting details about one of the most famous celebrities in the world. The challenges his mother faced were truly tough, but now she is incredibly proud of her son.

My early years were marked by s**ual abuse and violence, with the first incident occurring when I was just 3 years old. The perpetrators ranged from a male babysitter to the grandfather of a friend, as well as other children in the neighborhood who seemed unusually advanced for their age.

Justin Bieber’s mother shared that she was s**ually violated multiple times, to the point where it started to feel like a normal occurrence as time passed.

According to Mallette, her childhood was marked by s**ual abuse and violence, starting from the age of 3. The perpetrators included a male babysitter, the grandfather of a friend, and even neighborhood children who seemed older than they were. The repeated violations made the abuse feel like a normal part of life, creating a confusing mix of recognizing the wrongness of the situation while also finding it strangely familiar.

At the age of 14, she started experimenting with alcohol, marijuana, and acid. She even resorted to stealing from stores. Eventually, she got kicked out of school for causing damage by setting a fire in the restroom.

At the age of 15, she started dating Jeremy Bieber, and their relationship lasted for four years. When she turned 16, she decided to leave home and has been supporting herself by selling drugs and getting involved in minor theft ever since.

At that time, she went through a period of overwhelming loneliness and contemplated ending her life. After a suicide attempt, she was admitted to a mental hospital when she was 17 years old. It was during her stay there that she underwent a Christian conversion.

Mallette reached out to her old colleagues who didn’t share her new religious beliefs after she left the hospital. She and Jeremy Bieber have reconnected.

Six months later, a pregnancy occurred. Mallette welcomed her son, Justin, in London, Ontario, on March 1, 1994. Following the birth of their child, Mallette and Jeremy Bieber continued their relationship for a while before parting ways.

Mallette encouraged her son’s passion for music after a couple of years of him displaying interest. As a teenager, Justin participated in the 2007 Stratford Star talent competition, where he came in second while performing “So Sick” by Ne-Yo.

Mallette shared her son’s performances on YouTube for her family and friends to enjoy. As his popularity grew online, she continued to post videos of his subsequent performances.

In September of 2012, Revell, a Christian publishing house, released her autobiography called “Nowhere but Up.”

Mallette’s book shares her challenging childhood and her inspiring path to conquering feelings of desertion and the struggles of being a single parent, ultimately leading to a life filled with faith, grace, and positivity.

The book made its first appearance on the New York Times Best Sellers list at number seventeen. Various international magazines have featured reviews of the book.

Despite Justin’s unconventional upbringing, his mother instilled in him the confidence that he would be able to offer his own children the same.

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