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Justin Bieber Fan Left In The Cold Due To Security

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FRESNO, Calif. (KMPH) -

Save Mart Center security stopped a 9-year-old girl from her meet-and-greet with Justin Bieber, after she waited outside for hours.

Aarynn DeLeon was excited before the concert because she was going to meet her teen idol.

Reporter Erik Rosales asks, "What are you going to tell him?" Aarynn DeLeon says, "I'm going to tell him what I did for the community."

You may remember last month, KMPH News highlighted DeLeon's mission to help the needy.

The 4th grader raised over $1,200.00 for the Community Food Bank by raffling off her birthday gift -- two tickets to the Justin Bieber concert.

DeLeon says, "My grandfather he had been saying in the Bible it says when you give you get back, and you get back."

Fresno radio station Y101 was so touched, the station gave her two tickets to Bieber's concert along with a meet-and-greet pass.

Even Justin Bieber himself saw the story on www.KMPH.com and retweeted it.

Saying quote, "Giveback... I love it."

So, the DeLeons arrived early and tried to get in.

They were told to go to one door, then another, and after about an hour of trying to get in were ultimately told by Save Mart security it was too late.

Security ended up closing the door in their faces and refused to open it again.

KMPH News reporter Erik Rosales tried to get a comment from SMG, the organization that runs the Save Mart Center, but his calls were not returned.

In the end, Aarynn DeLeon got to see the concert, but never got to meet Justin Bieber.

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