Report: Justin Bieber Banned From Vienna Nightclub

By Jennifer Abbey

Apr 1, 2013 4:28pm
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Another day, another drama for Justin Bieber.

This time the Biebs was reportedly banned from a Vienna nightclub Saturday after his bodyguards smashed cameras and cell phones of fans in the club, the Austrian Times reported. The club manager told the paper, ”Justin Bieber is no longer welcome here.”

A representative for Bieber declined to comment on the report.

Last Thursday, the “Beauty and a Beat” singer was stopped at Munich airport when he didn’t have the correct documentation to bring a capuchin monkey into the country, the Associated Press reported. The singer had to leave the monkey in quarantine.

The usually outspoken Bieber hasn’t acknowledged either incident on Twitter.

This is the latest of his recent woes. The 19-year-old and his entourage were asked to leave a club March 1 where he’d planned to celebrate his 19th birthday. Questions were raised about his health when he fainted during a concert in London last month, and tongues wagged when he was photographed wearing a gas mask later that week.

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Bieber has received lots of negative press recently, and in the interview with Us Weekly last month, he addressed the criticism he’s received for, among other things, starting a concert on his European tour two hours late, going on a Twitter rant to push back against detractors, lashing out at a paparazzo and repeatedly appearing shirtless in public.

“The biggest misconception about me is that I’m a bad person,” Bieber said. “I get upset about that. I have a big heart. I want to be a good role model, but some people want me to fail.”

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