Justin Bieber reportedly drops $375K for a three-week stay in Montauk

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Jul.July 02, 2020 03:35 PM
Justin Bieber (Getty, iStock)

Justin Bieber (Getty, iStock)

Justin Bieber appears to be the latest celeb to lock down a summer getaway in the Hamptons. The 26-year-old pop star is reportedly paying $375,000 for a three-week stay at a five-bedroom home in Montauk.

The house wasn’t on the market and the owners agreed to move out to allow His Biebness to enjoy summer in the Hamptons, the New York Post reported. Bieber’s camp denied the story, though a rep for Bieber’s real estate agent Dylan Eckardt confirmed the rental to The Real Deal.

Eckhardt said he also represented singer Rihanna in her $415,000 summer rental in Southampton. Bieber sold a home he owned in Southampton in 2017 for $10.6 million and he’s stayed at Joe Farrell’s “Sandcastle” home in Bridgehampton. He’ll be a the Montauk rental from the end of July to mid-August. [NYP] – Dennis Lynch


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