According to his Twitter page, Justin Bieber did not have a good birthday. Bieber, who turned 19 on May 1st, wrote "worst birthday" on his Twitter page just after writing "big night ahead" just 10 hours earlier. Every day can't be perfect, even when you have Bieber-level money I guess. 

According to E! News, Justin's circus-inspired birthday at Cirque du Soir in London didn't really go as well as he had planned. Apparently, Justin's crew didn't get any love from the party's security and the singer and his group were asked to leave. Why, do you ask? Well, as the UK's Daily Mail reported, Bieber's rumored 17-year-old girlfriend Ella-Paige Roberts Clark and 14-year-old friend Jaden Smith didn't meet the legal drinking age of 18 at the club and denied entry and left within minutes of arriving. Money won't buy you a spot to sip some gin, Bieber—even in the UK. The venue's spokesperson explained to the Daily Mail exactly why.

"We, like all clubs in London, operate a strict age policy. As a few of the members of the party were under the suitable age of 18, the security team at Cirque Du Soir, London, clearly explained this rule and refused entry to the club for anyone who could not provide us with adequate proof of age.'

'Justin Bieber visits Cirque Du Soir regularly, and he and his friends are always welcome, as long the members of the group are legally old enough to enter the club. This was simply a matter of regulation that we must adhere to.'

Simple enough. Just how serious is Bieber with Ella-Paige Roberts Clark, though?

The Mirror reportedly claimed the 'Boyfriend' singer was trying to impress his new brunette friend, taking her out to a date in his Rolls Royce last week and then to Justin Timberlake's concert at the Forum, where the two looked like an item.

However, the romance is being denied by the young star, the 17-year-old took to twitter to dispel the rumors and messages from Bieber's loyal fan base, the Beliebers. 

She re-tweeted a friend who wrote to her: "so I just read a newspaper article about exactly what you think i'm talking about and it was so ridiculously untrue I actually reeled," (sic)

"are they just allowed to invent things? so and so and so and so have gone public/official. Well, no. what? no." 

Another friend wrote, WOAH just checked my lil sis @EllapaigeMusic mentions and it's ridiculous stories everywhere! Let my girl live dont believe everyting u read." 

When asked about her friends who sold the story, Ella argued: "they're not my friends those 'sources' were people I barley knew who wanted quick cash x."

As the couple gets spotted together more frequently, her friends won't be able to keep this story from hitting the blogs much longer.