Justin Bieber Banned From Indoor Skydiving Facility In Las Vegas

Justin Bieber Banned From Indoor Skydiving Facility

Add an indoor skydiving facility to the list of places that have banned Justin Bieber.

Las Vegas Indoor Skydiving has confirmed that Bieber is banned for life after he used the facility and then backed out of the payment deal he arranged with the company.

Sources told E! News that Bieber and six others arrived mere minutes before closing, and when the 20-year-old pop star was approached about payment he was apparently given the option of shelling out $1,600 for himself and his crew, or posting a shout-out to the facility and a photo of himself mid-flight to his Instagram account.

Bieber reportedly agreed to post a photo as payment, but the company never got their $1,600 worth of publicity, as an insider told E! that Bieber "actually faked like he was posting something, per the agreement, but never did."

In addition to allegedly not paying up, the group apparently didn't bother to tip the staff either. A source also told the website the group was "a disrespectful bunch," and added that Bieber wasn't very friendly and seemed "very disconnected from reality."

Earlier this year, a club manager in Vienna told the press that Bieber was not welcome at Passage, after the singer's bodyguards allegedly smashed fans' cameras, as well as destroyed the cellphones of other patrons.

A request to Bieber's reps for comment has not been returned at this time.

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Justin Bieber performs on the street August 20, 2007 in Stratford, Canada. (Photo by Irving Shuter/Getty Images)

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