Justin Bieber Accused Of Assault In Cleveland

Justin Bieber Accused Of Assault In Cleveland

Justin Bieber is a suspect in the alleged assault of a man from an incident in June of a year ago. In the report, Cannon said that he met Bieber outside the Western Hotel in Cleveland after a Cavaliers game and then went drinking with the singer and his friends. When he took a picture of the singer wearing the glasses, it apparently set Bieber into "attack mode", with several of the star's crew getting involved in the brawl, with the victim sustaining several injuries including concussion.

Justin Bieber is reportedly under police investigation amid allegations he headbutted a restaurant employee at a pre-Grammy Awards party last weekend (11-12Feb17).

"We know very little about the alleged incident at Serafina Sunset with Justin Bieber, but we can assure you that nobody from our staff was involved, nor did we call the police".

TMZ says it reached out to Justin and/or members of his entourage and has not heard anything back.

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The incident happened on June 8 outside the Westin Hotel on St. Clair Avenue.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's department confirmed to ET on Thursday that the 22-year-old singer is being investigated for an incident at a Los Angeles restaurant. The Grammy victor told the alleged victim to delete the photos, but Cannon said he would do so once he got his glasses back. The police report says Bieber's bodyguards joined the assault. Bieber damaged Cannon's phone, police reports say.

Although charges haven't been filed against Bieber, the investigation is ongoing. During their chat, Bieber allegedly took the sunglasses off Richmond's face and put them on himself.

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