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Justin Timberlake Forces Three Women to Leave Elevator

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Justin Timberlake reportedly requested recently that three women be removed from a hotel elevator so that he could use it alone.

The “Friends with Benefits” star was out on the town at the Standard Hotel in New York City celebrating the upcoming release of his movie. He then decided to leave the rooftop party via the building’s elevator.

But he found that it was in use.

Justin Timberlake is then said to have asked security guards to tell the women that the elevator could not be used because of “maintenance issues” so that he could use it alone.

However, the women were not satisfied by these claims at first. (Understandably, since this was a big, fat lie!) They insisted on wanting to use the elevator until the officers threatened to radio for backup.

The women, worried about getting into trouble if they persisted, then left the elevator. The security staff are then said to have informed the singer and actor’s team that the elevator “was now clear for Mr. Timberlake to use.”

Justin Timberlake recently accepted a date with female marine Corporal Kelsey De Santis to attend the Marine Corps Ball with her in November. De Santis last week posted a YouTube video asking Timberlake to accompany her.

But does this latest pulling of movie star rank to prevent these women from their perfectly legitimate use of an elevator damage Justin Timberlake’s squeaky clean reputation as both a hunk and an all-round nice guy? It does for me!

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