More dramas for Canadian pop star Justin Beiber after he was reportedly kicked out of a prestigious Paris hotel because of his attitude and fan behaviour.
Jean-Marc Morandini, an entertainment reporter in Paris, wrote on his blog: "Justin Bieber has just been kicked out of the Meurice Hotel in Paris.
"It was a decision taken by the management of the luxury hotel because of his attitude in the establishment, and because of the nuisance caused by the presence of his fans around the buildings."
Beiber's publicist however dismissed the claims, saying the singer decided to leave the hotel due to security concerns.
The 19-year-old had only been at the Hotel Le Meurice for 24 hours in preparation for a concert on Tuesday night. The hotel is an historic institution in the French capital used by royalty and Hollywood stars, and Beiber had booked seven suites on two floors for his huge entourage, Sky News reported.
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But within a few hours, hundreds of young female fans had converged on the hotel and in the lobby, creating problems for staff and other guests.
Insiders at the hotel said that the noise had become "intolerable", Sky News reported.
"Justin was clearly encouraging his fans - that's something he has to do."
But Beiber's publicist denied reports he was kicked out, saying the star chose to leave voluntarily because there was not enough security at the hotel to control the 500-plus crowd, US Magazine reported.
The latest drama comes weeks after the teen singer was forced to apologize to fans in London after arriving late on stage.
Beiber is now staying at Paris' Mandarin Oriental Hotel, his publicist said.