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Justin Bieber busted sneaking out of brothel

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Pop star Justin Bieber was busted trying to sneak out of a brothel in Brazil while covered in a blanket yesterday, sources said.

Biebs and a friend spent over three hours inside the popular whorehouse Centauros in Rio de Janeiro before leaving with two women, sources said.

The star jumped into the back seat of a car while ladies from the brothel were escorted separately back to his hotel, sources said.

Bieber’s security team covered him with a tan-colored bed sheet as he walked out of the establishment – and one of his handlers sprayed photographers with water, demanding they stop snapping photos, sources said.

Photographers, who had been tipped off about the singer’s visit to the sex den, confirmed that it was the star through his security team. A gray tattoo on Bieber’s inner wrist is also visible in the photos.

Bieber was later kicked out of the hotel for breaking rules, the Brazilian news site EGO reported.

It costs between $200 and $400 to sleep with a prostitute at the brothel, sources said.

Prostitution is legal in Brazil– but running a brothel is not.

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