Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Justin Bieber Refutes Sexual Assault Allegation With Receipts, Emails

Justin Bieber has refuted an allegation that he sexually assaulted a woman in 2014, providing a litany of evidence in the form of receipts, emails, social media and press reports, to back up his claims that it did not happen.

A woman posted from an anonymous Twitter account on Saturday night, claiming that the alleged assault happened at a Four Seasons hotel in Austin, Tex., on March 9, 2014 — which would have been the year Bieber made a surprise appearance at the South By Southwest music festival.
eatening legal action over the “factually impossible” claim.
On Saturday, a woman named Danielle (no last name is given) accused the “Yummy” singer of sexually assaulting her on March 9, 2014, at the Four Seasons hotel in Austin, Texas, where Bieber — who was accompanied on the trip by then-girlfriend Selena Gomez — was attending the SXSW festival. She outlined her allegations in several Twitter posts, then deleted her account.
Below are the screenshots, in which she claims she was approached at an event held by Bieber’s manager, Scooter Braun, asking if she and her friends wanted to meet the superstar, who performed a set. She says she and her friends met Bieber and his friends at the Four Seasons. They started kissing and it turned into more, at which point Danielle wanted to stop and Bieber allegedly “forced” himself on her, assaulting her, during which her “body felt unconscious.” She said it took her “years” to share her story, doing so with her inner circle late last year.

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