South Pointe, Justin Bieber’s Special Hotspot, Will Close As Owner Steve Tedeschi Shifts Toward Film


The owner of South Pointe, Steve Tedeschi, announced that his Hamptons club will be closed permanently since he wanted to concentrate on his film career.  Incidentally, this is the club where Justin Bieber was involved in a wild brawl.

Tedeschi revealed the reason why he wanted to close his club for good.  He said, “I have decided that this Sunday will be the closing party.  This will be South Pointe’s last summer in the Hamptons. I’ve been doing this enough years now and I have a young son.”


After Bieber’s fight incident, the owner of South Pointe realized that he wanted to do other things.  He said, “After the summer I am focusing on my film career.  My first feature film [“Blue Caprice”] is being released on Sept. 14 in 32 markets. And in addition to wrapping up the documentary I am in preproduction on another film called ‘House Sitter.’”

When asked if he will invite Bieber on his closing party, Tedeschi just laughed and responded, “What a weekend that was.  South Pointe has entertained so many celebrities and great clientele over the years. We plan on going out with a bang.”

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