Justin Bieber’s bad day has arrived a little earlier than planned.
Pictures of a sheet-covered figure leaving what is alleged to be a brothel in Brazil on Friday (Nov. 1) with the same bodyguards that the Canadian superstar employs and a visible wrist tattoo, have been published by the New York Post’s Page Six.
To see the pictures click here.
According to the publication, which cites unnamed sources, Bieber and a friend “spent over three hours inside the popular whorehouse Centaurus in Rio de Janeiro before leaving with two women.”
Page Six claims Bieber exited the brothel with his security covered in a pale bed sheet. It’s claimed the bodyguards sprayed water at waiting photographers outside and demanded they stop taking pictures.
The publication claims the photographers were tipped off about Justin’s visit to the alleged brothel and that the shutterbugs “confirmed it was the star through his security team.”
Photos of the covered figure reveal a gray-colored tattoo on the person’s left wrist.
Most outlets are reporting it is identical or similar to the “Angel” tattoo Bieber had inked on his left wrist earlier this year.
In a related report, the New York Post writes Justin was escorted from the Centaurus into the back seat of a car, while two females allegedly from the brothel were escorted to a separate vehicle that allegedly took them to the 19-year-old’s hotel.
Sources reportedly told the Post fees at the brothel are between $200 and $400. Footage of the establishment’s interior can be seen here.
In Brazil, prostitution is legal but it is illegal to operate a brothel or employ prostitutes in any other way.
This new claim comes after a Panamanian tabloid alleged Bieber and a group of his friends visited a brothel in Panama City on Oct. 23.
Shortly after the Brazil story broke Justin tweeted a series of messages, one of which read,
hi my name is justin. and 2day i have a job to do. a job i love. im going to b who i am and who i always was. BRAZIL…get ready to #Believe
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) November 2, 2013
As yet the singer’s rep has not commented on this latest claim.
Bieber is set to perform in San Paulo this Saturday as the South American leg of his Believe world tour continues. Paraguay, Argentina, Chile and Mexico beckon before the singer kicks off his final Australasia leg.