The 19-year-old star has now been banned from Passage club in Vienna, Austria.
The Austrian Times reports that the club's managers claim the singer's bodyguards smashed fans' cameras, as well as destroyed the cellphones of other patrons. "Justin Bieber is no longer welcome here," club manager Joachim Bankel told the paper.
Bieber has been making headlines recently for all sorts of erratic behavior, and might be facing charges after he allegedly spit on his neighbor during an argument. Despite the negative press, it's clear that Bieber's fans aren't letting the rumors affect their love for him.
The paper also reported that at Bieber's sold-out concert at Vienna Stadthalle, his fans were in such a frenzy over the singer that many of them needed medical attention, including one who was hospitalized overnight as she was suffering from "hysteria," or specifically the phenomenon known as Bieber Fever.
According to the Austrian Times, medics had to treat a total of 178 fans who were overwhelmed by the excitement of seeing the pop star, and said they were feeling lightheaded and faint as the concert began.
Reps for the singer declined to comment on the club incident, but Bieber recently sat down with Us Weekly to try to clear up reports that all these odd incidents are leading to something much more worrisome.
"The biggest misconception about me is that I'm a bad person, I get upset about that. I have a big heart. I want to be a good role model, but some people want me to fail," he told the magazine. "I'm young and I make mistakes. That's part of growing up. I mess up sometimes. It's part of growing up."
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