Justin Bieber Allegedly Signs Good Behavior Hotel ‘Contract’

Justin Bieber allegedly signed a contract “forcing” him to behave at a New Zealand hotel ahead of his tour stop in Auckland last week, according to a new report by the The Daily Star.

It’s claimed Auckland’s five-star Langham Hotel, where Bieber reportedly stayed during his visit to New Zealand last weekend, insisted Bieber sign a contract banning him from bringing back girls to his €1,200-a-night suite and restricted him from eating with other guests in the banquet room.

The Daily Star reports these measures were put in place by the Langham’s management in order to prevent a repeat of the controversies that trailed the teen singer’s recent transit through South and Central America on his Believe world tour.

IQ have contacted the hotel for details on this claim.

A source purportedly told the Daily Star newspaper: “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,” the source purportedly added.

These included the singer being charged after spray painting graffiti on a wall of a disused hotel in Rio de Janeiro. The pop star is facing a still-to-be-determined fine over the charge.

The Daily Star claims the 19-year-old had to sign the Langham’s contract because other high end hotels weren’t able to meet his security needs. Similarly starred hotels in the area include the Sky Grand, Pullman Auckland, Sofitel, and The Hilton Auckland.

A source purportedly 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.”

BIeber was reportedly asked to leave his Brazil hotel after allegedly trying to take in two prostitutes following his visit to a brothel. It’s alleged he damaged his hotel room when the hotel management refused to allow the women to enter.

The heartthrob was then asked to leave the Faena hotel in Buenos Aires, Argentina after noise and property damage by fans disturbed other guests.

Footage of Bieber’s fans causing considerable havoc outside his Argentina hotel raised eyebrows when it surfaced earlier this month.

However, Mail Online reports a source close to the singer says the main issue with hotel disruption is down to fans who wait outside his hotels.

The source told the British newspaper: “The issue with Justin is that fans is congregate outside his hotels when they find out where he’s staying. It creates security issues, it’s not his behavior that’s the problem.”

For his part, Bieber played his first concert at Brisbane’s Entertainment Center on Tuesday night (Nov. 26) and will play seven more around Australia, before wrapping his 15-month trek in Perth on Dec. 8.

(Photo: Instagram Source: Supplied. ‘Justin Bieber spotted Monday, November 25 on his way to KFC in Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Australia).

The singer arrived in Australia on Sunday (Nov. 24) and partied in a nightclub on the Gold Coast the same night, followed by a penthouse party at The Moroccan in Surfer’s Paradise on Monday evening.

Bieber’s rep has not yet commented on the latest claims regarding the alleged New Zealand hotel contract.

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— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) November 25, 2013