July 15, 2020

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Justin Bieber denies sexual assault allegations circulated on line

Justin Bieber denies sexual assault allegations circulated online

Justin Bieber is denying allegations posted on the internet that he sexually assaulted a woman in Austin, Texas in 2014.

The Stratford, Ont.,-born musician took to his Twitter account to detail why he says the allegations, which were posted on the net by a man or woman who discovered themselves as Danielle, never took place. 

In a statement that has been spread on Twitter, the particular person discovered only as Danielle states she was invited to meet up with Bieber after a show and then was invited to the Four Seasons hotel on March 9, 2014. The person states they consented to kiss Bieber in a lodge room, but then the human being alleges he raped her.

In reaction to the allegations, Bieber made a sequence of posts on his Twitter account to refute the claims.

“There is no reality to this story. In reality, as I will before long display, I was never ever current at that spot,” Bieber wrote in the initially tweet.

Bieber states he was in Austin and he did conduct at a shock display as aspect of the South By Southwest tunes festival. But, he states he did not keep at the 4 Seasons hotel and as a substitute stayed with his then-girlfriend Selena Gomez at an Airbnb, demonstrating photos of the receipts.

“Each individual claim of sexual abuse must be taken very critically and this is why my response was desired. Nonetheless this story is factually not possible and that is why I will be functioning with Twitter and authorities to acquire authorized action,” Bieber wrote.

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Over the weekend, a second Twitter consumer also accused Bieber of sexual assault, alleging it transpired in 2015. The performer has not particularly responded to it. 

CBC Information was explained to by law enforcement in Austin, Texas, “as a issue of protocol, we do not recognize whether a particular person is under investigation/has been a subject matter of an investigation.”