Justin Bieber files $ 20 million libel lawsuit against two Twitter users on sexual assault allegations

Justin Bieber is suing two Twitter users for defamation for alleging that he sexually assaulted them. Bieber says those allegations are false and are an attempt to challenge his character.

Bieber is suing two social media users known as “Danielle” and “Kadi,” whom he claims to have anonymously and fraudulently planned to seek attention and fame by maliciously publishing contemptible, blatantly false, fabricated, and defamatory allegations “in the that the pop singer got involved. ” Sexual Assault According to his 47-page lawsuit filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court, Bieber says he can prove that the times and places of the alleged assaults are “provable” and that the “allegations are really impossible.” Bieber’s attorney also claims that they are also considering the fact that accusers “Danielle” and “Kadi” may be the same person using two accounts.

“Bieber will not stand idly by as the Defendants attempt to attract attention and fame for themselves, recklessly spreading malicious lies that he engaged in heinous criminal conduct by attacking the Defendants, and Bieber is carrying out this defamation / defamation action. to clear his name and make things clear, “according to the singer’s court documents.

The singer’s legal team says they don’t know the users’ real names, but only that “Danielle” uses the Twitter ID @danielleglvn and “Kadi” uses the Twitter ID @ItsnotKadi. “Danielle” published a long story on June 20 titled “My name is Danielle. On March 9, 2014, Justin Bieber sexually assaulted me.” Bieber’s lawyers say they can definitively prove that all of the allegations against him are false.

While Danielle claimed on social media that she was sexually assaulted at the Four Seasons Hotel in Austin on March 9, 2014, after her performance at SXSW, Bieber says she did not stay or visit that hotel on that date. In a Twitter post, Danielle said Bieber took her to her hotel room at the Four Seasons in Austin on March 9, 2014, and after he initially agreed to kiss her, he sexually assaulted her. She said she was 21 at the time and Bieber was 20.

Bieber’s team responds that “Danielle” only presumes that the singer stayed at the hotel that night because there had been reports of him dining at the hotel restaurant. However, they said Bieber stayed in the private residence with his then-girlfriend Selena Gomez. They point out that there are multiple photographs of Bieber leaving his show with Gomez and going to his rental property that night. Bieber left his rental property the next day and had dinner on March 10 at the Four Seasons, but he did not stay at the hotel.

Court documents say “Kadi’s” allegations are also “equally impossible and contradicted by his own prior written statements, only supported by falsified or falsified texts.” Similarly, Bieber’s legal team says the “Kadi” allegations are also untrue. “Kadi” accused Bieber of sexually assaulting him in his hotel room at the Langham Hotel in New York City on the night of March 4, 2015 after she said she was invited to her room at 2:30 am Kadi says she was waiting outside Bieber’s hotel all day with other fans when she was invited to the singer’s hotel room. Bieber’s legal team calls that accusation a “completely outrageous fabrication” because that night he attended the Met Gala, immediately afterwards went to a celebrity-organized party in Up & Down, from which he was photographed leaving at 4 am when he ate a hot dog. on the street. In the complaint, Bieber’s lawyers also point to numerous Kadi tweets that say he never met the signer, but that he wanted to sleep with him.

Bieber’s lawyers call both allegations “a complete fabrication with the stated purpose of gaining fame and attention.” For damaging his reputation, his legal team demands punitive damages of $ 20 million.