It seems Justin Bieber's popularity may be wearing thin with some business establishments after a popular night club in Vienna announced that it has banned the singer from ever entering the club again.
Reports from Vienna indicate that Bieber was put on the blacklist at Passage after bodyguards from Bieber's entourage assaulted adoring fans. The entourage was also taking and destroying phones and cameras that hysterical fans were using to capture a glimpse of the global pop star as he entered the venue.
"According to the management at the club the bodyguards then smashed cameras of fans in the club, destroyed mobile telephones and even groped some of the young girl fans who reportedly left in tears after the Saturday morning assaults," reported The Austrian Times.
"Justin Bieber is no longer welcome here," club manager Joachim Bankel reportedly told the same news agency. Bieber went to the club after finishing his performance at Stadthalle as part of his current international tour.
If that wasn't bad enough, Bieber is also facing accusations that he spit and assaulted his neighbor back in America.
Initial reports stated that Bieber didn't have any physical confrontation with the neighbor, but new witnesses have since come forward and accused the pop star of spitting at his accuser. The neighbor had accused Bieber of driving his Ferrari at 100 mph within a gated community.
At least one landscaper working across the street from where the incident took place confirmed that Bieber spit in the neighbor's face.
After being confronted, Bieber was escorted to his van and the door was shut. But Bieber apparently opened the door again and lunged himself at the neighbor. The singer's bodyguards were forced to restrain the singer, according to TMZ.
The L.A. County D.A.'s Office is reviewing the case against the singer. Law enforcement officials reported to TMZ that the case would be taken "seriously" and Bieber could face prosecution.