Biebs 'Kicked Out' Of Top Paris Hotel
Guests did not like screaming and shouting, according to sources, but a rep for Justin Bieber denies the claims.
Justin Bieber's annus horribilis continues.
This time, the 19-year-old Canadian pop star has departed the most prestigious hotel in Paris under controversial circumstances -- amid claims of bad behavior.
Jean-Marc Morandini, a television and radio presenter in Paris, was first to report news of Bieber's latest drama, revealing Bieber and his entourage had moved out of their seven suites, across two floors, at the Hotel Le Meurice, an historic institution in the French capital.
"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," he wrote on his blog.
"He decided to transfer to the Mandarin Oriental when there wasn't enough security at the hotel to control the crowds," the rep insisted to Us.
"There wasn't even an underground entrance for him at the other hotel and the security was too lax given the size of the crowds.
"Plus there was no garage," the rep added. "(It was) very unsafe situation for Justin and the fans. Over 500 kids bombarded the hotel."Sky News that guests had complained that the noise had become "intolerable".
"There were kids everywhere screaming and shouting, and the other guests just didn't like it," said the insider.
"Justin was clearly encouraging his fans - that's something he has to do."