Justin Bieber’s troubles continued after he allegedly visited a brothel while on tour in Brazil.
The 19-year-old, who also visited a stripclub while in Houston, Texas, last month, was pictured sneaking out of popular sex haunt Centauros, in Rio de Janeiro, on Friday.
Covered in white bedsheets, Bieber was escorted out of the brothel by his minders, according to the New York Post’s Page Six.
The Baby hitmaker and a pal spent more than three hours visiting the ladies of the night, before leaving with two women who were taken back to his hotel separately, the publication claimed.
‘Bieber’s security team covered him with a bedsheet bearing the sex den’s logo as he walked out of the establishment — and one of his handlers sprayed photographers with water, demanding they stop snapping,’ sources told Page Six.
Although he kept himself covered, the Biebs was said to be identified by the tattoo on his wrist.
A spokesperson for Bieber refused to comment but an insider claimed the pop sensation believed he was going to a private members club.
The singer was later kicked out of his hotel for breaking rules, according to Brazilian news website EGO, but another source insisted he left voluntarily because a group of fans mobbed the place creating a ‘security issue’.
Meanwhile, the Canadian heart-throb is said to have enraged his Beliebers by ending his show in Sao Paulo early on Saturday night after having a water bottle thrown at him while on stage.
The singer reportedly stormed off without saying goodbye or singing his most famous hit, Baby, after his microphone was knocked out of his hand by the plastic bottle.
Bieber, who was kicking off the Brazil leg of his Believe tour, had already irritated fans after arriving more than an hour late to the Anhembi Arena.
Felipe Gladiador, who was reviewing the show for Brazil’s G7 website, said: ‘The public called for him, sang Baby, and yet nothing. The lights came on, Bieber’s team started to take the equipment away and the fans realised it wasn’t going to happen. In the end there was no farewell, no thanks and no rendition of his most famous song.’
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