It looks as if Justin Bieber is parting ways with his monkey. Weeks after the Capuchin named Mally was confiscated by customs agents in Munich comes word that the pop star plans to give up his pet.
German authorities tell E! News Bieber's management recently contacted them and asked them to find a good home for Mally. Bieber apparently still needs to submit an official document, however.
It was lack of documentation that prompted German officials to detain Mally in the first place. Upon his arrival in Munich for a concert last month, the singer was unable to provide the necessary paperwork for his pet. He was charged a fine and the cost of the quarantine.
Mally has reportedly been living at a shelter with other capuchins. The Federal Agency for Nature Conservation is expected to make a decision on Mally's future home.
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