Justin Bieber Denies Sexual Assault Allegations

Justin Bieber Denies Sexual Assault Allegations

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The Canadian responds on social networks and announces legal actions.

A few days ago, two fans accused Justin Bieber through social networks of having sexually abused them during one of the singer’s tours.

Justin Bieber and his wife Hailey Bieber

After the commotion and the debate formed on the internet around his figure, the Canadian wanted to answer this Sunday by the same means and thus deny the rumors.

The artist wanted to clear his name and that happens even showed evidence that exculpates both him and his ex-partner, Selena Gomez, who was also involved in these accusations.

On Saturday, a young woman identified as Danielle said on Twitter that Bieber had attacked her after a musical event in Austin, Texas, in March 2014, when they proposed to both her and her friends to meet the singer and then he invited them to his room at the Four Seasons hotel. “Justin made me agree not to tell anyone, or I could have serious legal problems,” said the young woman. “Later, she asked me to join her in bed,” she added.

Afterwards, another young woman, Kadi, joined in the complaints against the singer. In her case, she claimed that Bieber’s bodyguard invited her to the artist’s hotel in New York, where she met Justin in May 2015.

Given these accusations, the Canadian decided it was time to go out and clear his name and, after thinking it over with his agents and his wife, he took action.

Thus, he defended himself by dismantling the arguments of the young women with providing evidence and evidence. “I wanted to make sure I gathered the facts before I made any statements,” he said before publishing them. Among other things, she published that those days she was with her ex, Selena Gomez, and not staying at the Four Seasons, but in an AirBnb.

In addition, the artist assured that he will take legal action against them.