Justin Bieber: A rebel without a cause in Rio

Since last Friday in Rio de Janeiro, Bieber did not stop sneaking even a single day. His latest adventure was tagging the wall of the old National Hotel in Sao Conrado, early yesterday morning, with phrases like: “Respect the privacy. I’m off,” and several drawings.

The teen star, 19, just did not know that in Brazil, his act is considered a crime. Although the action be considered transgressive, Bieber had the backing of some military police, who saw it all without reproach him.

Last night, the sheriff Antonio Ricardo , owner of the 15th Precinct ( Gávea ) sent a team of police to the location where the singer is staying (a rented house in a condominium on the Joa neighborhood), so he and his bodyguards could be heard. “We need to know if there was a permit from
owner for this graffiti. If no, it configures crime of minor offenses. Also, the celebrity in question had escorts to tar the wall. This is absurd. It may not look it, but here we have laws,” the officer said.

Gabriel Reis , one of the paparazzi who photographed the graffiti, said his car was hit by a rock thrown by one of the security of the singer, and was threatened by them.

When stepping in the city (unlike the first time hecame in 2011), Justin has signaled that his days here would be well shaken. After leaving a whorehouse in the South Zone of Rio covered by a white sheet, the singer tried to get with prostitutes – unsuccessfully – at the Copacabana Palace Hotel, where he was originally hosted. Furious at not being able to circumvent the rules of the place (which does not allow prostitution on site), Bieber and his bodyguards broke several objects in the room, leaving a loss estimated at around R$ 12,000. As a result, the singer and his staff were expelled from the hotel.

In the intimate little parties that he gave at the mansion he rented, Justin could get a little more comfortable. But the cousin of one of the girls who were chosen in a nightclub where the singer was to attend told O Dia newspaper that the parties were fueled by alcohol and marijuana. In addition, Justin was only figurative. Who got along well with the chicks were his bodyguards.

Source: O Dia.com.br

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Joe Cloud
Dutch, American, Brazilian... lived there for 5 years and owns property in Brazil. Out of the country for a few years now and would like to go back, however current circumstances tell me it's not the right time.

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Dutch, American, Brazilian... lived there for 5 years and owns property in Brazil. Out of the country for a few years now and would like to go back, however current circumstances tell me it's not the right time.