While Justin Bieber attempts to keep a low profile for the remaining part of his European tour, his fans may be causing some trouble.
A rep for the star is now denying reports that he was forced to leave his Parisian hotel, Hotel Le Meurice, after hundreds of Beliebers turned out in front of the iconic building to catch a glimpse of him.
The rumors got started thanks to French television personality Jean Marc Morandini, who wrote on his blog that management asked him to leave "because of the nuisance caused by the presence of his fans around the buildings." The Biebs and his entourage had reportedly booked seven suites across two floors of the hotel.
The singer's rep tells Us Weekly that Justin was not kicked out - he just decided to transfer to another hotel - because "there wasn't enough security" there to control the crowds.
The rep adds that the fact that there was no underground entrance or garage created a "very unsafe situation" for Justin and the 500 fans who came there to see him.