There could be trouble in paradise ahead for Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin.
According to a Thursday report by Radar Online, the 24-year-old pop star's parents are not at all happy about the fact that their son chose to marry his model fiancée, 21, behind their backs -- and are even more upset that he did it without making her sign a prenup agreement first.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, it appears that Bieber and Baldwin really did get married on Sept. 13 when they were spotted heading into the Marriage Bureau in New York City. At the time, it was alleged that the couple had only intended to obtain their marriage license. However, the rumor that they got hitched at the same time quickly began spreading.
While People and Baldwin's uncle, actor Alec Baldwin, were confirming that the rumors were true, the couple was doing everything in their power to deny them. But alas, both sources were correct.
At the time of their legal ceremony, the couple did have a witness present -- Josh Mehl, a friend from the "Sorry" singer's church -- with clergyman Jeffrey Quinn presiding.
Now, according to a source, the race to get the proper documents required for a post-nuptial agreement has begun, but is apparently falling on deaf ears.
"His management is fuming and are scrambling to get a postnup drafted for Hailey to sign but they're both not listening," the source said. "He's crazy about Hailey and is completely exposing himself to financial ruins," the source added.
The "Love Yourself" singer is reportedly worth $250 million -- compared to Baldwin's reported $2 million fortune -- and while Baldwin did not sign a prenup at the time, it does appear that the couple contacted their lawyers to a get an agreement in place. However, they did so on the very same day that they decided to jump the gun and get married, leaving the lawyers insufficient time to get the necessary documents drafted.
To add more fuel to the fire, it appears that the "No Brainer" singer's family is now accusing Baldwin of having "forced the shotgun wedding", knowing very well that Bieber would've preferred them to be by his side when saying "I do."
"This entire marriage and the no prenup, had to have been Hailey's idea. Justin wouldn't rush into something this big on a whim," the source claimed.
During a recent interview, the blonde-haired beauty did go on the record -- saying that she saw "no reason to wait" to become Mrs. Justin Bieber -- but to be fair, sources had reported that neither party was interested in having a drawn-out engagement.
Frustrated by the fact that Bieber isn't heeding their advice, it appears that his management team is looking to Bieber's father, Jeremy, for some much-needed help.
"His team is desperately pleading with him to understand the scope of this situation and are asking his father to knock some sense into him," the source stated.
It has also been reported that the couple does still intend to have a wedding ceremony with both of their families and friends present.