In the middle of the mall signing, police came to the Citadium and ordered Justin Bieber to stop the event and leave the building.
Justin Bieber's meet and greet event at the Citadium in Paris, France on February 22 was stopped by police. The "One Less Lonely Girl" hitmaker was then asked to leave the venue to avoid chaos when more and more fans packed into the building which was already loaded with thousands of teenagers.
"There were thousands of kids at the instore and the police were not expecting it. they reorganized the crowd and we got it going but...," he wrote on Twitter. "After a little while the police stopped it and came in and said it was over and i had to leave. Sorry to any of the kids I didnt get to meet."
"I love all of you for your support. To start my trip in Paris like this already...the love and the energy is amazing....thank you so much," he continued.
Beside signing for his fans, Justin also came to the country to do some interviews in an effort to promote his upcoming album "My World 2.0". "Had some interviews this morning with mags and radio. got to practice my French a little," he shared to his followers.
Back in November last year, Justin Bieber was forced to call off a mall signing at the Roosevelt Field Mall in Long Island because the event turned to riot. At that time, a girl was injured and rushed to hospital following aggressive pushing and shoving among the crowd.