The nation of New Zealand is not taking any chances with Justin Bieber.
The Langham Hotel on the North Island made Justin sign a “behavioral contract” before allowing the pop singer to check into a room in Auckland last weekend. This is most likely why you didn’t read any reports of him bringing back an entourage of girls to his room, a clause that was forbidden in the agreement.
The “All That Matters” singer has a knack for getting himself in trouble and the staff of the hotel was not going to take any chances, according to Contactmusic, especially since the room he was reserving was a suite priced at $1,000 a night.
“Justin will be thrown out if he doesn’t follow the rules,” a source said. “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.”
Justin’s team originally weren’t playing nice, but eventually warmed up to the contractual binding after discovering that other hotels in the area didn’t measure up to his team’s security needs.
It put the singer between a rock and a hard place and he was eventually forced to sign.