Justin Bieber is keeping up his partying ways. He was recently banned from Passage Nightclub in Vienna, Austria, over the weekend after his entourage started getting a little feisty with fans. Allegedly, his bodyguards smashed phones and cameras and got a little handsy with some ladies. It seems there was also quite a bit of Bieber Fever going around. After his sold-out show at Vienna Stadthalle, 178 fans who felt lightheaded were treated as the concert started and one of his fans was even taken to a local hospital after suffering from "hysteria." Other than causing chaos in Vienna, what else has he been up to?
Pranks were running rampant on April Fools' Day and the Biebs was just one of the celebs getting in on the fun. He tweeted out the toll free TMZ hotline number along with the message "As promised taking all fan phone calls TODAY at (888) 847 9869. Talk to u soon!" followed by the tweet "Did everyone call me yet?" While he deleted the first message, the second still remains. Considering it's a toll free number, TMZ will have to foot the bill, and we're betting they're not very happy about that.
On March 26, a neighbor claimed that the "Boyfriend" singer spit in his face and threatened to kill him. The 19-year-old was allegedly driving his Ferrari through the gated community at speeds of around 100mph and the 47-year-old father of three wasn't too thrilled. He reportedly screamed "You can't drive like this!" and was met with Justin screaming back "Get the f**k out of here," then spit in his face and followed up by saying "I'm gonna f**king kill you." The guy's wife, Suzie, reportedly told TMZ "He's a punk. He thinks he's invincible. He can't continue to have a bunch of enablers around him." She also said "Spitting on someone is unacceptable. He can't do this to people." The man, Jeff Schwartz, filed a battery report and the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department is going to recommend that the star be charged.
Mally, the teen's pet Capuchin monkey, was detained on March 28 by German customs officials after the singer brought the animal into the country without the proper paperwork. Bieber hasn't had the quirky pet very long, as he just got him last week as a birthday gift from record producer Jamal Shaid. The monkey has been quarantined, and in order to get Mally back, a fine along with the cost of the quarantine will have to be paid.
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