Justin Beiber Slams $20 Million Lawsuit On 2 Social Media Users Accusing...

Justin Beiber Slams $20 Million Lawsuit On 2 Social Media Users Accusing Him Of Sexual Assault

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Justin Bieber denied the incident ever took place. | Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images

Pop star, Justin Bieber sues two social media users for defamation after the handles accused him of sexual assault.

Bieber is suing two anonymous social media users, Danielle and Kadi, for defamation over what he calls “malicious” claims he sexually assaulted them in 2014 and 2015, respectively.

 Bieber suggests both social media accounts might be handled by the same person –

The singer claims the allegations are “factually impossible” and part of a scheme to seek attention and fame.

Bieber says he has “indisputable documentary evidence” to prove their sexual assault claims are nothing but “outrageous, fabricated lies.”

The first accuser was Danielle, who claims Bieber sexually assaulted her in a Four Seasons Hotel room in Austin, Texan on March 9, 2014.

She it happened after a music event she attended where Bieber performed. The social media account was deleted shortly after.

Bieber denied Danielle’s allegation sharing his own details as to why it was impossible.

He confirmed he made a surprise appearance at SXSW, but did not stay at the Four Seasons Hotel.

He said he and his then girlfriend, Selena Gomez, left together after his SXSW performance and stayed nearby at a rental property.

Bieber alleges Danielle totally made up her story based on public reports that he ate at the Four Seasons Restaurant on March 10, 2014.

His second accuser, Kadi, claims Bieber sexually assaulted her at the Langham Hotel in NYC around 2:30 AM on the morning of May 5, 2015.

Bieber describes her claims as factually impossible and calls Kadi’s social media post “an elaborate hoax.”

However, Bieber claims Kadi has never met him and says she even admitted to such in her own tweets after the date she now claims he sexually assaulted her.

Bieber is suing for more than $20 million in damages – $10 million for each of the stories.

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