Justin Bieber files $20M lawsuit against sexual assault accusers


Justin Bieber is taking legal action against two women, who accused him of sexual assault. 

Justin Bieber filed a $20 million defamation lawsuit against two people who claimed he sexually abused them.  

The “What Do You Mean” singer responded to the allegations by denying the assault. He said that those were “outrageous lies” and “factually impossible” and he has proofs. 

In the court documents obtained by TMZ, Justin said he has “indisputable documentary evidence” that will prove his accusers lied. 

Justin’s accusers and their claims

Danielle and Kadi alleged they were molested by Justin Bieber on two separate incidents and they shared their stories online.

It started when Danielle posted her now-deleted story and accused the singer of sex abuse. In her post, she said she was introduced to Justin when he was in Austin, Texas for a performance in 2014.

After the show, she said someone approached her and asked if she wants to meet the singer and she answered in affirmative. She claimed she joined Justin Beiber at the Four Seasons Hotel where the assault happened.

After reading Danielle’s account, Kadi responded to her post by writing “I believe Danielle, I am a victim of sexual assault by Justin Bieber too.”

She went on to narrate her own experience and said she was abused in May 2015. Kadi said that her encounter with Justin took place at the Langham Hotel in New York at around 2:30 a.m.

She never kept her identity secret as her Twitter account shows her full name and picture while Danielle remained anonymous. 

Singer denies the allegations

Justin Bieber denied the accusations hurled against him and said that Kadi’s claims are impossible as they never met.

He explained that on the day she said they were at a hotel, he was at an after-party after attending the MET Gala.

He said he stayed there until 4 a.m. and mentioned that there are photos to back this up.

“Every claim of sexual abuse should be taken very seriously and this is why my response was needed,” Justin tweeted on June 22. “This story is factually impossible that is why I will be working with Twitter and authorities to take legal action.”  

After refuting the claims and stating that he has evidence and witnesses to prove he is innocent, Justin Bieber pursues legal action.

He is suing the two women, who he thinks could be the same person, for defamation.

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