Justin Bieber is reportedly handing out a liability waiver to party guests, which forbids them from talking about the event.
Justin Bieber will apparently sue guests for $5million if they talk about his house parties.
The teen singer bought a stunning mansion in Los Angeles last year and regularly invites people over to unwind with him.
After a lot of bad press in recent months, it seems the 19-year-old is keen to keep any loose-mouthed visitors quiet.
TMZ claims to have obtained a document that everyone must sign before entering his property for one of the infamous get-togethers.
Entitled a Liability Waiver and Release, the website says the paper states that guests must not make comments about what happens inside the house.
This reportedly includes the “physical health, or the philosophical, spiritual or other views or characteristics” of Justin and other partygoers.
Anyone in breach of the waiver can be sued, while tweeting, blogging or using Instagram to talk about the bash will incur a further cost of $5million.
It seems the gatherings can be pretty full on, as the document also warns parties may include activities that are “potentially hazardous and you should not participate unless you are medically able and properly trained”.
The risks involved apparently include “minor injuries to catastrophic injuries, including death”.
Justin may be eager to change public perception after hitting headlines for a number of controversial reasons lately.
As well as turning up late for a UK gig and being accused of assaulting a neighbour, the star has now come under fire for “abandoning” his pet monkey.
However, according to TMZ, Justin is not the only big star to hand such documents to party guests.
Copyright: Cover Media 2013
Wednesday, 22. May 2013