Justin Bieber has reportedly been banned for life from the Las Vegas Indoor Skydiving facility after allegedly failing to follow through on a payment agreement.
E! News reports the 19-year-old and a party of six arrived at the center minutes before it was due to close, on June 16.
Despite the late hour, staff let the group enjoy a virtual skydiving session and agreed to sort out payment when they had finished.
When staff later spoke to Bieber about payment, the singer was given the option of either laying out $1,600 for his group, or posting an Instagram of himself mld-flight along with a complimentary caption about the facility.
The Canadian reportedly agreed to the Instagram option but did not post it as agreed.
E! quotes a source as saying, “[Justin] actually faked like he was posting something, per the agreement, but never did.”
In the end, the facility allegedly received no payment from Bieber or a tip for any of the staff who had assisted their skydiving experience.
A source also claims that one member of Bieber’s security team allegedly made a mess around a bathroom sink then threw a paper towel on the floor, while looking directly an employee.
According to E!, the general impression left was that the star and his crew were “a disrespectful bunch.”
A rep for the facility confirmed to the website that the teen heartthrob is not allowed to return to the indoor skydiving facility and will remain banned for life.
Bieber’s rep has so far declined to comment, which may mean something or absolutely nothing at all.
The singer is set to perform at the Staples Center in L.A. tonight for the first of two consecutive dates, after returning to his Believe world tour at a first show in San Diego, Saturday.
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