Updated Jun 24, 2013 - 1:01 pm
Indoor skydiving facility bans Justin Bieber for life
The facility alleges that Bieber and six others arrived just minutes prior to closing and racked up $1,600 in charges, but was given the option to instead post a mid-dive picture to Instagram as a payment substitute. According to the E! News report, the 19-year-old pretended to do just that, but never actually posted the photo.
The skydiving staff who helped Bieber's group was reportedly never tipped and no payment was made. The same report claims that the seven individuals were disrespectful, leaving messes in the restroom while blatantly making trouble for facility employees.
Bieber is worth $55 million according to Forbes.com. His representatives have declined to comment on the episode, E! News reports.
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