Justin Bieber Makes Guests Sign Confidentiality Agreement Before Entering House

Have you ever done something stupid at a party and almost immediately, it seemed like the entire world knew? Well, Justin Bieber certainly knows how that feels, and now, he actually has a solution.

According to TMZ, Bieber is now having everyone who parties at his house sign a waiver that both forbids the partier from talking publically about anything that happens and removes any liability he might have in case a guest injures him or herself while engaging in physical activity on the property. You can that to mean sex, pickup basketball or pretty much anything else you want. The whole point is that it’s wildly vague to prevent as many potential lawsuits as possible and iron clad enough that anyone who does blab will auomatically be forced to hand over $5 million.

Bieber is not the only celebrity making people sign waivers before partying, and given all the crazy headlines he generates on a regular basis, I don’t think anyone should fault the Biebs for adopting the policy. After all, I think most of us are glad the whole world doesn’t know about every single mistake we made while we were in college or around college age.

Ideally, this documentation will help some of the whispers quiet down and allow the Biebs to go back to being a performer first and a gossip item second. He’s far more suited to the former rule, and clearly, he’s a lot more comfortable there too. Besides, when it comes to pop stars who want to appeal to families, there is such a thing as bad press.

Mack Rawden
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