Here we go again.
Justin Bieber has reportedly been banned from Passage nightclub in Vienna, Austria, after the 19-year-old singer's entourage allegedly got physical with fans.
The Austrian Times reports the supposed altercation occurred early Saturday morning. According to Passage's management, Bieber's bodyguards smashed cameras belonging to clubgoers, destroyed cellphones, and supposedly groped some young female fans who reportedly left in tears.
The club's manager Joachim Bankel told the local publication: "Justin Bieber is no longer welcome here."
Passage has also posted a photo of Bieber and his entourage on their Facebook page.
A rep for Bieber has yet to return omg!'s request for comment.
If the reports are true, Bieber didn't let the incident slow him down. The Biebs still performed to a sold-out crowd on Saturday night at the Vienna Stadthalle, and posted goofy photos on Twitter with friends on Easter Sunday.
Unfortunately, this isn't the first time the "Beaty and a Beat" singer has had an incident at a nightclub.
Bieber was thrown out of London's Cirque Du Soir on his birthday when he had a disagreement with security reportedly over having underage friends (i.e. Jaden Smith) with him at the club.
In February, Bieber was reportedly turned away by Sankeys, a Manchester nightclub, which later posted on Twitter: "Yes the rumours are true, we turned Justin Bieber away. He shuffles on stage and we can’t be having that in Sankeys now can we!"
Bieber is currently under investigation on an alleged battery charge stemming from his quick visit to Los Angeles last week. A neighbor of the superstar claims Bieber spit in his face during a verbal altercation. TMZ reports the singer may be prosecuted.
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