Haily Baldwin and Justin Bieber married in September 2018. In a few months, the celebrity couple will be celebrating their second wedding anniversary. However, just recently, two anonymous Twitter users accused the Yummy singer of sexual assault.
Hailey Baldwin and Justin Bieber are very happy with their marriage. They have been showering each other with love on social media.
But a few days ago, two anonymous Twitter users named Danielle and Kadi claimed Bieber sexually assaulted them in 2014. A source close to the Biebers shared how Baldwin was doing amid the allegations.
“Hailey is very hurt because they take these things very seriously,” the insider told The Hollywood Life.
“It was very obvious this couldn’t be true and factually impossible and she knows that.”
Justin Bieber immediately responded to the sexual allegations against him. The Sorry singer took to Twitter and denied it.
“Rumors are rumors but sexual abuse is something I don’t take lightly. I wanted to speak out right away but out of respect to so many victims who deal with these issues daily I wanted to make sure I gathered the facts before I made any statement,” he wrote on Twitter in response to the allegations.
“There is no truth to this story. In fact, as I will soon show I was never present at that location,” he added.
Bieber also said that he was with Selena Gomez at the time. Hailey Baldwin’s husband also shared snaps of his reservations in Airbnb to prove that he was not in the Fourth Seasons where the alleged sexual assault happened.
Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin took sexual assault issues seriously. In another tweet, Bieber said he would work with the authorities to take legal actions.
On Thursday, Bieber filed a $20 million defamation against the two women.
“The malicious statements made by ‘Danielle’ and ‘Kadi’ (who may be the same person under two accounts) are absolutely false, and their respective heinous accusations that Bieber engaged in the alleged sexual assaults are outrageous, fabricated lies,” Bieber’s lawyer, Martin Singer, wrote in the complaint obtained by The Hollywood Reporter.
“It is abundantly clear that these two individuals are trying to capitalize on the climate of fear permeating the entertainment industry, Hollywood and corporate America, whereby it is open season for anyone to make any claim (no matter how vile, unsupported, and provably false) about anyone without consequence,” he continued.
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