Justin Bieber takes privacy to a new level

By admin
23 May 2013

Justin Bieber plans to sue guests at his parties for $5 million (R45 million) if they leak details of his bashes in public or on social media.

Pop star Justin Bieber intends to sue guests for $5 million (R45 million) if they spill secrets about his parties.

The Beauty and a Beat hitmaker is making everyone sign a document before they enter his Calabasas home in California that forbids them from posting on social networking sites any information about the antics that occur on the property. If they break this agreement they’ll be liable to pay damages.

According to celeb news site TMZ the 19-year-old pop superstar has made sure the legal document highlights that no one can gossip about the “physical health or the philosophical, spiritual or other views or characteristics” of any of the party-goers.

Guests are warned that taking part in activities in the $6,5 million (R58,5 million) mansion could pose “potentially hazardous, and you should not participate unless you’re medically able and properly trained” as it could result in “minor injuries to catastrophic injuries, including death”.

The heartthrob is believed to have made the decision to draw up the legal documentation after his rapper pal Lil Twist arranged a party at Justin’s pad and invited about 40 people while the Baby singer was millions of miles away on his Believe tour.

This is a practise carried out by many celebrities in America to protect their privacy.

-  BANG Showbiz

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