Justin Bieber Trapped in Liverpool Hotel Due to Riot; Could Be Arrested?

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Mar. 10 2011, Published 7:49 a.m. ET

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Bieber Fever has reached dangerous temperature in Liverpool, England. Justin Bieber is reportedly trapped in his Liverpool hotel room because of a mass of screaming female fans forming a riot outside his window!

A "possible riot situation" could ensue due to the a massive movement of screaming girls hoping to catch a glimpse of the 17-year-old singing sensation, according to TMZ.


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Also, Justin and his camp have been warned if he or anyone from the JB team step near the balcony, they will be arrested immediately, TMZ reports. The Biebs is following orders.

"this is crazy. there are like thousands of people out there. love everybody but gonna try and get some sleep. please dont scream. lol" Justin Tweeted about the situation forming outside his hotel room.

JB's wardrobe gal, Carin — also his manager Scooter Braun's girlfriend —  Tweeted about the chaos in Liverpoo as well, writing, "About to head out in Liverpool to go see the sights. Beatles, I mean Bieber mania outside our hotel."


"Liverpool this is crazy....just tried to get back into hotel from seeing the city and was scared for my life. This is too dangerous," she added, followed by, "Back in the safety of my room watching from above...poor kid, wish he could get out and see the city also."

Justin posted the following photo of the mob outside on Twitter! Are you concerned for The Biebs' safety?


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