'I'm Still After Justin Bieber' Claims Criminal At Centre Of Castration Plot


Dana Martin, the US criminal who plotted to kidnap and castrate pop prince Justin Bieber has claimed he is still working on his plan to attack and sell the 'Boyfriend' singer's testicles despite the first attempt being foiled last December.

Martin, who is currently in prison for the murder and rape of a 15 year-old girl, reportedly directed former friend Mark Staake, while serving time in prison and Staake's nephew, Tanner Ruane, to kidnap and murder the multi-millionaire teen idol.

The two men, Staake and Ruane were thankfully apprehended before they could harm the star and they along with reported ring leader Martin face two counts of conspiracy to commit murder and two counts each of conspiracy to commit aggravated battery.

Staake and Ruane were arrested by US police after taking a wrong turn into Canada as they allegedly headed to New York to carry out the attack. According to the Guardian they had weapons and a hand drawn picture of the singer on them when they were arrested.

Admitting though he hadn't given up, he told the New York Post: “It’s still on,”

“This isn’t going away. Do you really think that I would stop?”

When asked why he wanted to attack the 19 year-old he said: “It’s because he changed, that made me angry.”

'I'm Still After Justin Bieber' Claims Criminal At Centre Of Castration Plot

Justin on a night out in London (Splash News)

Martin is perhaps referring to Bieber's recent bad boy exploits. Once a squeaky clean teen star, the singer has had several run-ins with police over speeding in his string of uber expensive cars as well as being photographed earlier this year appearing to smoke a blunt in a leaked photo.

Showing off his tattoo to the NYP's reporter Martin revealed he shaves his calf where he had the face of the Baby star inked, he said: “I shaved it for you . . . I always tell people you need to have a shaved Bieber. Believe me, you do not want a hairy Bieber.”

At the time of the arrests last year a spokesperson for the singer assured fans Justin was safe from plotters. "We take every precaution to protect and insure the safety of Justin and his fans."

Is Bieber's badboy behaviour the reason behind plot?

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