Justin Bieber reportedly signed a contract forcing him to behave at a New Zealand hotel.
Justin's recent bad boy behaviour has made it harder for him to find a place to stay.
The 'Boyfriend' singer was banned from bringing back girls to his €1,200 a night suite and restricted from eating with guests in the posh banquet room in a bid to prevent any controversy during his
residence at the Langham Hotel in Auckland last weekend.
A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "Justin will be thrown out if he doesn't follow the rules. They don't care who he is. His management were made to sign a contract, which included a long list of demands, stopping him from partying and disturbing other guests."
Justin's arrival was "dreaded" by hotel staff following his recent stint in Brazil where he attempted to bring two prostitutes back to his hotel after visiting a brothel, and faced arrest after spray painting the side of a hotel building with graffiti.
Justin had to agree to the hotel's demands since it was the only one that could match his security needs.
However the 19-year-old singer was forced to agree to the hotel's demands after a string of accommodation in the area failed to meet his security needs.
The source added: "There aren't many other hotels he could stay in that has the necessary security facilities. So really they had to sign. But it's a highly respectable place and Justin's arrival was dreaded by some."