Justin Bieber has been banned for life from a Las Vegas indoor skydiving facility, and In Touch has exclusive details on the bad behavior that got him blacklisted.
On June 16, a rep from Justin’s team called to request a time for the singer and his pals to do some private skydiving at Vegas Indoor Skydiving. After arriving, Justin said that his group would pay for their session following their experience— but that wasn’t the case.
“We had told them they could pay normal or they could pay in some sort of social media plug,” Kristine Reynolds, the Director of PR at the facility, tells the mag. “Justin agreed and suggested he Instagram. He acted (by making motions like he was taking a photo) as if he had posted about it to his Instagram, and left without paying. We put faith in Justin that he had posted a photo... and we put some photos on our website, but he never posted anything.”
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But that’s not all. Before bailing out on the $1,600 bill for renting out the entire facility and landing himself on the ‘No Fly List’ for non-payment, Justin and his pals made a mess of the building.
“While they were here, they also disrespected the facility,” Kristine says of JB and co. “They messed up the bathroom. It was clean before they came, and afterward there were paper towels everywhere. They did not respect our business. According to one of our staff members, they were kind of aloof and disconnected from reality.”
While Vegas Indoor Skydiving has decided not to press charges for the lack of payment, Justin “is not allowed to fly here,” the rep says. “We tried to contact Justin’s manager, but we never received a response.”
For someone who’s a multimillionaire, it certainly seems to us like he could have coughed up the dough.