Justin Bieber's Abandoned Pet Monkey to Find a New Home in Germany

Justin Bieber's Abandoned Pet Monkey to Find a New Home in Germany

Seven weeks after his owner abandoned him, Justin Bieber”s pet monkey will move from his temporary holding location to his new home on Tuesday (May 21).

While stopping in Munich, Germany on tour, little Mally was seized after the “Beauty and a Beat” singer was found to not have the correct paperwork to bring her into the country.

According to Munich Customs office spokesman Thomas Meister, “Today is an official holiday. We will decide tomorrow. We have to show [that we didn”t get the papers from Bieber] and go to the post office tomorrow. For this reason, the decision will be made tomorrow.”

As for the capuchin”s final stop, the spokesman told E! News, “I think it will probably be a zoo in Germany. They are trying to find a zoo that has a lot of Capuchin monkeys and integrate him into a new family.”

Unfortunately, the teen pop star isn”t getting away with just passing off his pet – Meister also said he will be sending the Biebs an invoice for the cost of caring for the primate.

Though it”s unclear if anyone told little Mally, Justin”s people reportedly contacted the animal shelter asking that they find a good home for her.