If Fan Doesn't Get Justin Bieber for Christmas, She Claims She'll Kill Santa

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Would you want a Bieber under your Christmas tree?
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Would you want a Bieber under your Christmas tree?

If she doesn't get Justin Bieber, a teen girl says that she'll kill Santa Claus and all of his reindeer.

Love for Justin has incited plenty death threats in the past - some hardcore Beliebers threatened to kill his girlfriend Selena Gomez when the couple first started dating, and Kim Kardashian's life was also threatened when she was photographed frolicking on the beach with the pop star. So even though Justin looks harmless enough, there's just something about him that makes teen girls murderous.

So perhaps it's not all that surprising that a girl in England is taking her obsession to the extreme by being even more sinister than Scrooge - she's threatening to kill the man responsible for bringing so much joy to good girls and boys unless he brings her Bieber for Christmas.

A mother in Brickhill, Bedford found a very disturbing letter to Santa Claus in her 13-year-old daughter's backpack. According to Metro , Mekeeda Austin threatened to kill Santa if she doesn't get a Blackberry and the Biebs for Christmas. She also wrote that she would hunt down St. Nick's reindeer to "cook them and serve their meat to homeless people on Xmas day." Run, run, Rudolph!

Well, at least Justin can appreciate that Mekeeda is being somewhat charitable by planning a special Christmas feast for the homeless. However, she's going to have a hard time serving them meat that she knows is imaginary. Here's what the very spoiled-sounding girl said about her sadistic Christmas letter: "I don't really believe in Santa any more but I was angry because I thought I wasn't going to get all the presents I wanted this year. I want all of these things and I don't see why I shouldn't get them."

She sounds a lot like Veruca Salt, the spoiled rich brat from the movie " Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory" (at least she's not asking for a golden egg). It's rather disturbing that the girl wrote that nasty letter even though she doesn't believe in Santa - if the teen knows that her mother is the real Santa Claus, then wasn't she actually kind of threatening her?

Speaking of the girl's mother, she actually found the letter funny and said that she would get the girl what she wants in order to save Santa's life. But surely she was joking - after all, she'd probably have to kidnap the Biebs to get him to spend time with a girl like that. And isn't it a little odd that the mother decided to take her daughter's Christmas letter to the press? Hopefully Mekeeda doesn't take a page from another attention seeker, wannabe baby mama Mariah Yeater, by someday creating a similar scheme in an attempt to meet the Biebs.

It also seems that Justin is going to be too busy to visit a crazed fan during the holidays - he's probably going to be spending them with girlfriend Selena Gomez, and there's even this insane rumor that his Christmas gift is going to be a "mangagement ring" (an engagement ring for men). That's right - Selena is supposedly going to propose to her boyfriend on Christmas.

It seems as though Mekeeda deserves a big lump of coal in lieu of her own personal performance of "Under the Mistletoe," but she's not the only one trying to ruin the holidays - Justin has given us another annoying Christmas song to get stuck in our heads; he freaked us all out by ogling Mariah Carey in his creepy "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" music video; and now a teen girl is threatening Santa's life because of him. So what do you think - is Justin a secret Grinch who's trying to destroy the holidays?

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