More news is being revealed regarding Justin Bieber's Brazil stop with reports the singer brought back some ladies to his rented mansion in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday evening where they signed confidentiality agreements.
The Daily Mail reports Bieber invited some woman to his abode but were required to do a few things, namely signing the agreement as well as passing over their mobile phones so no photos could be taken.
"We all had to sign contracts saying we wouldn't take any photographs and, if we did, we agreed not to publish them," Marina Binimeliz, an 18-year-old who attended the event, told The Daily Mirror. "I was only given my phone back when I left. I tried to take a picture of the contract, but they whipped the phone out of my hand before I could do so."
However, the 10 girls who attended the party were less than impressed by what they saw: potato chips, peanuts, lollipops, chocolate and chicken nuggets. The abode also smelled of marijuana but Bieber was not seen smoking.
"We ate peanuts, Doritos, crisps, chicken nuggets and slices of pineapple," she said. "Justin liked the Brazilian Misto Quente, which is toasted bread, egg, ham and cheese. There was lots of chocolate and Haribo sweets." Binimeliz says most of the snacks were on tables "by the pool, on the veranda and in the lounge area."
The girl also said she wasn't exactly impressed with some of Bieber's antics, claiming the singer began dancing to one of his songs at one point and "jumped onto a wall and yelled, 'I'm the king of the world!'" The singer reportedly retired at 9am and ordered the girls some coffee.
The incident follows a string of events in Brazil while touring behind his "Believe" album. As previously reported Bieber was seen leaving a known brothel despite covering himself in a bed sheet. The singer also was pelted by a plastic bottle while on stage and walked off.
In related news, VentureBeat reports has invested $1.1 million into a new teen social application called Shots Of Me. The developers of mobile games company Rocklive are behind the application which will address "what (teens) aren't getting on other networks, and which tries to deal with things like cyber-bullying." The app -- which also saw boxer Floyd Mayweather become an investor -- will be available in the Apple App Store later this week.
The singer made no mention of the events over the weekend but tweeted the following yesterday:
Bieber's world tour continues today (Nov. 6) in Asuncion, Paraguay. The South American leg continues with stops in Argentina, Chile before ending in Mexico City on Nov. 19.