Justin Bieber's team have lept to the singer's defence to shoot down claims that he was thrown out of a Paris hotel for 'bad behaviour'.
The singer and his entourage had taken over seven suites over two floors at the swish Meurice Hotel in the French capital but left just 24 hours after checking in.
Paris based TV and radio presenter Jean-Marc Morandini claimed on his blog that the 'Boyfriend' singer had been asked to leave the luxurious hotel because of his behaviour.
"It was a decision taken by the management of the luxury hotel because of his attitude in the establishment, and because of the nuisance caused by the presence of his fans around the buildings," he said.
However, a rep for the singer says it was Justin's decision to leave.
"Justin was not kicked out of the hotel. He decided to transfer to the Mandarin Oriental when there wasn't enough security at the hotel to control the crowds," his rep said in a statement.
"There wasn't even an underground entrance for him at the other hotel and the security was too lax given the size of the crowds."
And a spokesperson for the Meurice confirmed to the Metro that Bieber's party had left the hotel but denied that it was because they had been told to by the hotel's management.
"Justin Bieber had indeed left the establishment to go elsewhere, but we do not know where," he said. "But this is a decision made by him or his team. We do not turn people away."
Justin and his team later checked into the equally swish Mandarin Oriental Hotel.
It's just the latest in a string of controversial events that the teen star has been at the centre of during his European tour.
Earlier this month he was booed by fans in London after arriving on stage two hours late. He also had to leave the stage during another London date after becoming 'breathless' and also lashed out at British paps.