Justin Bieber Denied Entry In Miami Nightclubs: Don't Want Troublemaker Biebs to Party Hard and Bring Them Wrong Name?
By nidhi tewari | April 9, 2014 9:35 PM EST
Justin Bieber has been banned from entering into Miami nightclubs, TMZ.com is reporting. The singer's management tried to get entry into the famous nightclubs of Miami by calling and making bookings at LIV, Story and Adore. However the "Believe" singer was left disappointed after he was denied entry into any of the three clubs.
Singer Justin Bieber poses at the premiere of the documentary "Justin Bieber's Believe" in Los Angeles, California December 18, 2013. The documentary opens in the U.S. on December 25.
There are two reasons why Justin Bieber's entourage was denied entry into the clubs - first reason being he is just 20 years old and the legal age of drinking in Miami is 21. Second reason why Justin was not allowed to party in Miami is because of his last DUI arrest. The singer was arrested in Miami just a few months ago after he was drinking and driving without a license and even caught for drag racing.
The "Baby" singer was charged with driving under the influence (DUI), resisting arrest and driving without a valid license last time he partied with his friends, dad Jeremy Bieber and Chantel Jeffries in Miami. No club in Miami wants to be in news for wrong reasons and get negative publicity because of the antics of Justin Bieber. Hence when his friends tried to coax the management at the club by telling them that they would spend big money on drinks and eating, the clubs were still left unaffected.
The TMZ.com is also reporting that some clubs agreed to let Biebs party at their place if he would give an impromptu performance at their club. But Bieber did not agree to their terms and conditions and chose to enjoy a low key night at a local restaurant by eating out.
The "Heartbreaker" singer has pled not guilty to all the charges including DUI against him and is set to appear in court again on May 5. He has cases going on against him in two countries. The "Boyfriend" singer is involved in another assault case in his hometown Toronto too, apart from two cases in United States.
Do you think the Miami clubs did the right thing to not allow Justin Bieber to party? Were they right in avoiding any trouble?
To contact the editor, e-mail:
Most Popular Slideshows
- Taylor Swift Named People's Best Dressed Stars Of 2014 [PHOTOS]
- Champions League Results: Barcelona Barely Escapes With A Win, Chelsea Fails To Hold On To The Lead [PHOTOS]
- Jeremy Lin, Kobe Bryant Among The Top 5 Overpaid Players In The NBA (Part 1 - Western Conference)
- Reasons Why Michael Jordan Is Better Than LeBron James [PHOTOS And VIDEO]
Join the Conversation
- "Game of Thrones" Season 5 Spoilers -- Arya Stark’s New Costume, Mace Tyrell And Tycho Spotted On The Sets
- 'The Bold And The Beautiful' Spoilers For Sept. 19, 2014: Hope Needs To Decide If She Will Stay With Wyatt Or Go With Liam [WATCH VIDEO]
- ‘Mad Men’ Season 7 [Final Season] Update: Jon Hamm Talks About Surprises And Things Looking Up
- ‘The Bachelor Australia’ Season 2 Update: Laurina Talks About Her Exit, Jessica’s Acting Background Revealed
- The Pirate Bay Founder Peter Sunde’s Freedom: Hollywood People Oppose TPB Founder’s Imprisonment
- 2 Reasons Nexus 6 Release Date is Worth the Wait: Android L Data Encryption & Material Design
- Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs. BlackBerry Passport — Specifications, Features, Release Date And Price Showdown
- Google Now v. Siri v. Cortana – Comparison Of The Three Leading Virtual Assistants
- 3 Signs Apple iPhone 6 Could be in Short Supply Following its Sept 19 Release Date
- Australia Actively Rallying Support For International Coalition Against ISIS
- iOS 8 Jailbreak Release Update: Pangu Devs Will Outrace Evad3rs in Rollout of iPhone 6, iPad Unlocker
- Canada Consumer Alert: Costco No Longer Accepting American Express Cards Starting Jan 1