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Justin Bieber may sue guests who attend his house parties for $5 million if they talk publicly afterwards.
The extraordinary reports have been made by celebrity news website TMZ, which has claimed it has obtained documents showing that everyone who attends Bieber's house parties must sign a document before they enter.
According to TMZ, the document would allow Bieber to sue his guests for as much as $5 million if they breach their agreement afterwards.
The document has been described as a "Liability Waiver and Release" and warns guests that anyone who talks about what happens inside Bieber's mansion would potentially have to pay out $5 million in damages, according to TMZ.
The form also acts as a kind of disclaimer, warning guests that there could be activities taking place at the party that are potentially hazardous. Guests are warned not to participate unless they are medically able and properly trained.
According to the document risks include "minor injuries to catastrophic injuries, including death."
The news comes just days after Bieber was again in the news, this time regarding his relationship with on-and-off girlfriend Selena Gomez.
The celebrity couple were seen embracing one another at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, where Bieber won multiple awards.
A video of their backstage embrace went viral, and also showed fellow singer Taylor Swift making a disgusted reaction face at the sight of the two embracing one another.
The incident was found funny by many who saw the viral video, but it has not taken anything away from Bieber's achievement, and he ended the night celebrating a Top Male Artist award.
Bieber said, "I want to thank all my fans. I want to thank my whole family, thank you guys so much."
His celebrations did not just end there however, and Bieber was also awarded with the Milestone Award. In his acceptance speech he said, "I'm 19 years old. I think I'm doing a pretty good job. And basically, from my heart, I just really want to say it should really be about the music.
"This is not a gimmick. I'm an artist and I should be taken seriously. And all this other bull should not be spoken of. I wanna thank my manager, Scooter Braun."
He added, "I wanna thank my family at home. I wanna thank my mother, my father, I wanna thank Jesus Christ. Mom, I love you so much. Dad, I love you. Little brother and sister, I love you so much. Thank you guys so much. Fans, you're incredible."
During the night's show, Gomez kicked off the awards with a performance of her new single "Come and Get It." She later introduced Taylor Swift as she performed "22."
Meanwhile, Bieber took to the stage to perform "Take You," and later also performed with Will.i.am for his song "#thatPOWER."