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'This Is What I ACTUALLY Do In My Free Time': Justin Bieber Speaks Out Amid Reports He Partied With Strippers

20 October 2013

Justin Bieber has hit out at new reports suggesting his bad boy ways are back, insisting to his fans that he would trade in partying for a night in the studio any day.

Reports this weekend have claimed Bieber spent his Friday night partying with strippers in Houston, Texas.

The 19-year-old singer was pictured dancing with pals at gentlemen’s club V on Friday (October 18), but his antics reportedly left one of the venue's topless dancer's stunned after he broke a strict no touching policy.

Getting down: Justin Beiber parties with his entourage at Houston strip club V on Friday evening (Lira Galoe/Twitter)

"He touched my ass I almost fainted (sic)," @DiamondsR4ever tweeted the following day, adding: "I've Dance For a lot Of Celebrities And They Normally Don't Phase Me But Justin Had Me In Shock (sic)."

The offended dancer later posted a shot of a huge pile of dollar bills believed to be from the precocious singer and his entourage.

Justin appears to address the latest headlines in a new tweet, posted on Saturday, where he insists to his 45 million followers that he spends most of his time off recording music.

Attaching a YouTube clip to his tweet, Bieber is seen in the footage heading to the studio and strumming on a guitar. The video is part of the star's new campaign for Adidas but it looks like Biebs is keen to stress that it's all about the music!

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