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Justin Bieber forced to sign a good behaviour contract?

by Emmy Griffiths Published on 26 November 2013
Justin Bieber forced to sign a good behaviour contract?© Getty

Justin Bieber's bad boy reputation is threatening to overshadow his musical success. The brothels, the graffiti, peeing into pots and spitting on fans nonsense has left many reluctant to get involved with the star. Which is why one hotel in New Zealand has reportedly ordered the Canadian superstar to sign a contract stating that he will be on his best behaviour. Why didn't anyone think of that sooner?

Justin Bieber has reportedly signed a contract promising to behave at a New Zealand hotel.

The Boyfriend singer, who is becoming increasingly more notorious for his uninhibited antics, has recently been allegedly trying to bring prostitutes back to his hotel.

He also drew graffiti on a hotel wall in Brazil, something that may well have gotten him arrested if he didn’t fly out of the country sharpish.

The Langham Hotel in New Zealand, on the other hand, is one step ahead of the Biebmeister with their contract, which reportedly bans the singer from bringing back girls and restricts him from eating with guests in the banquet room.

Hopefully to avoid any controversy he would – doubtlessly – shake up during his stay there.

An insider revealed to The Daily Star: “Justin will be thrown out if he doesn’t follow the rules. They don’t care who he is. His management were made to sign a contract, which included a long list of demands, stopping him from partying and disturbing other guests.”

Hotel 1, Justin Drew Bieber 0.

Apparently the 19-year-old’s arrival was “dreaded” by the hotel staff following his recent escapades in Brazil, where his unacceptable and headline-grabbing behaviour made news around the world.

The singer apparently has no choice but to sign the hotel's contract, as all the other accommodation in the area failed to meet his security requests.

A source said: “There aren’t many other hotels he could stay in that has the necessary security facilities. So really they had to sign. But it’s a highly respectable place and Justin’s arrival was dreaded by some.”

Aw, he’s not that bad. Well…

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Emmy Griffiths
Emmy Griffiths - Published on 26 November 2013
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