Contract to enter Justin Bieber’s home warns of ‘catastrophic injuries’
Published 22/05/2013 | 15:08
A CONTRACT which guests must sign before they are allowed to enter the home of teen superstar Justin Bieber has been leaked online.
Showbiz website TMZ obtained has obtained the alleged copy of the legal document.
The waiver warns everyone that enters the home could face a $5m lawsuit if they speak publically about anything they have seen.
It forbids people from talking about the ‘physical health, or the philosophical, spiritual or other views or characteristics’ of Bieber or other guests.
Any use of social media while in the house, such as tweeting or using Instagram, also incurs the full $5m penalty.
It also warns of ‘potentially hazardous and you should not participate unless you are medically able and properly trained’.
Another part of the waiver states that risks involved in visiting the house include ‘minor injuries to catastrophic injuries, including death’.