Monday, 1 April 2013
Justin Bieber Banned From Austrian Nightclub
He's been through more than his fair share of controversy in recent weeks after being late for concert appearances, taking a pet monkey on a flight and notoriously attacking a photographer during his stint in London.
But Justin Bieber has found himself at the centre of yet more trouble after reportedly being banned from one of Vienna's biggest nightclubs amid allegations of violent behaviour from members of his entourage.
According to the Austrian Times, bodyguards smashed the cameras of fans who were enjoying themselves in Passage nightclub over the weekend, and even destroyed mobile phones in the midst of the furore surrounding the 19-year-old singer after her performed his Believe world tour in the Austrian city.
Club manager Joachim Bankel told the newspaper: 'Justin Bieber is no longer welcome here.'
Representatives for Justin Bieber declined to comment on the alleged incident when approached by MailOnline.
This is not the only time the teen idol has been banned from an exclusive nightclub, with the Boyfriend hitmaker claiming he had the 'worst birthday ever' after he was turned away from London's Cirque Du Soir when he arrived at the venue with underage friends in tow.
In February, he was snubbed by Manchester nightclub Sankeys as they didn't want him to tarnish their edgy image.
Sankeys posted on Twitter at the time: 'Yes the rumours are true, we turned Justin Bieber away. He shuffles on stage and we can’t be having that in Sankeys now can we!’
To add to his woes, Justin is now facing criminal charges after for allegedly spitting on and threatening his neighbour after a fellow resident at his posh Calabasas gated community confronted him for driving recklessly on their private roads.
Culled from Daily Mail