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Justin Bieber accused of another assault

19 February 2017, 12:38 | Sue Hudson

Justin Bieber is apparently under investigation for head-butting a man at a pre-Grammys party in Los Angeles. The singer has been accused of copping a songwriter's sample for the hit song.

According to TMZ, JB lunged at a dude with a camera phone recording him fake fighting That's So Raven co-star Kyle Massey at Serafina restaurant in L.A. The dude in question, Dean Parker, told the gossip mag that everything seemed cool until it wasn't. Their investigation coincides with another by Cleveland authorities, who are probing a Las Vegas man's claim that the objective artist assaulted him after a June NBA Finals game.

Photos of Bieber leaving the event with his producer Poo Bear in an SUV show him ducking down behind a auto seat to hide from cameras.

Here we go again with Justin Bieber. When someone began filming the pretend fight, Justin requested the person stop recording and delete the footage.

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Both bartenders and Bieber were gone by the time authorities arrived at the restaurant.

The alleged brawl comes just a day after Cleveland Police confirmed they were investigating the Baby singer for a separate incident.

TMZ reported that Bieber was caught up in a scuffle with the restaurant's staff - but Serafina denied the report.

A Las Vegas man who says Justin Bieber assaulted him in Cleveland eight months ago has filed a police report about the fracas. The alleged victim of this equally alleged act of headbuttery doesn't want to press charges.



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