Justin Bieber continues to prove that the European leg of his world tour, Believe, hasn’t got off to the best of starts.
And on Monday things seemed to take a turn for the worse after Justin Bieber was reportedly kicked out of the most prestigious hotel in Paris because of bad behavior.
Justin Bieber, 19, checked into the fabled Hotel Le Meurice on Sunday but just a day later his “attitude” and “blatant encouragement of fans waiting outside led to him being evicted”.
However, Justin Bieber’s spokesperson has rubbished the reports as “nonsense” and said it was in fact the star’s decision to leave the hotel for “safety reasons”.
“He chose to switch hotels because once he had engaged with some of the fans in front of the hotel, an overwhelming crowd congregated outside.
“The original hotel did not have a separate exit, which created a potential safety issue for everyone.”
A spokesman for the Meurice, also denied he had been kicked out as while they confirmed that the star had left suddenly, they insisted that the hotel’s management had not asked him to go.
“Justin Bieber had indeed left the establishment to go elsewhere, but we do not know
where,” he said.
“But this is a decision made by him or his team. We do not turn people away.”
Justin Bieber had originally booked seven suites on two floors for him and his vast entourage, at a cost of well into six figures at the historic institution in the Paris which is used by royalty and film stars.But within a few hours hundreds of young fans had begun massing outside and even inside the lobby.
Jean-Marc Morandini, a TV and radio showbiz presenter in Paris, said on his blog on Monday: “Justin Bieber has just been kicked out of the Meurice Hotel in Paris.
“It was a decision taken by the management of the luxury hotel because of his attitude in the establishment, and because of the nuisance caused by the presence of his fans around the buildings.”
Insiders at the hotel, a favorite of numerous big names including Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, as well as members of the British Royal Family, said that the noise had become “intolerable”.
“There were kids everywhere screaming and shouting, and the other guests just didn’t like it,” said the source.
“Justin was clearly encouraging his fans – that’s something he has to do.”
Justin Bieber, who is due to perform at the Palais Omnisports in Paris-Bercy on Tuesday night, was later seen checking into the equally luxurious Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Paris.
Clearly not too concerned about the turn of events, Justin Bieber tweeted: “Loving Paris.”
Justin Bieber was forced to apologize to fans in London earlier this month after arriving 2 hours late on stage.