Bieber accused of gym rudeness

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London - Justin Bieber has been accused of humiliating a female fan in a gym by jeering during her workout.

The As Long As You Love Me singer - who was dumped by his girlfriend of two years, Selena Gomez, earlier this month - allegedly proceeded to mock NC radio host Colette Harrington and possibly spat blue Gatorade into her water bottle after she asked him for a photograph in the Ritz-Carlton Hotel gym in North Carolina on Tuesday.

Colette told gossip website TMZ.com that the 18-year-old Canadian popstar, who had a concert in the city on Tuesday night, declined to pose for the picture, but then started imitating her after she continued to lift weights.

She said: “I always count out loud my reps. Then Justin starts imitating me and whenever I'd get to 20 he and his buddy would say 'Shut the f**k up’.”

Colette - who has since filed a complaint with the hotel about the alleged incident - claims she also noticed a spitball of blue Gatorade in her water bottle after accidentally taking a drink.

She said: “I did not look at my water bottle before taking a drink.”

Justin Bieber and the Ritz-Carlton declined to comment on the story but the woman has revealed she plans to sell the water bottle with the spit on eBay in a bid to make some money for a local charity, where she volunteers. - Bang Showbiz


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