Parties at Justin Bieber’s California mansion are now BYOL — Bring Your Own Lawyer.
The teenage pop star has reportedly made a legal move to muzzle any and all guests at his parties, as prosecutors continue mulling whether to file battery charges against him over an alleged dustup with a neighbor.
All visitors to Bieber’s southern California crib must sign a sternly worded “premises waiver” that threatens a $5 million lawsuit over any spilled secrets, TMZ.com reported Wednesday.
No John Hancock, no fun with Justin.
The alleged waiver states that “under no circumstances” are guests allowed to divulge any details about their time at Bieber’s pad though personal texts, Twitter posts, social media sites, press interviews or “any media whatsoever.”
All information, photos and videos regarding the pop singer — including details about his physical health and philosophical and spiritual views — are considered “confidential, private, secret and sensitive” if one acquires them while partaking in the good life at his sprawling spread in Calabasas, Calif., the document obtained by TMZ states.
“It would be extremely difficult, if not impossible, to ascertain the monetary damages that would be caused by your breach of the terms,” the two-page waiver states. “(You) therefore agree that any breach of (the) foregoing confidentiality provisions shall be compensated by a payment of Five Million Dollars.” ... Daily News Reported.