January 27, 2013 06:00 AM by Megan Wilson
Justin Bieber may soon be the front man for another gun ban effort-one to keep Nerf guns away from his own concerts! The X Factor guest star is facing an assault charge after an allegation by a female police officer that Justin shot her with the toy gun. While the other assault charge Justin is facing seems a little more serious, cops aren’t laughing this one off either. Keep reading for the details!
Justin Bieber was performing in Ottowa, Canada back in November, and was playing with his younger siblings, his 3 year old brother and 4 year old sister, shooting the Nerf gun. Reports are saying that somehow one of the Nerf projectiles hit a female employee of the venue, and she completely flipped her lid. After getting visibly upset and storming off, the “Victim” called the authorities. They are currently performing interviews on the individuals involved.
Add this to the other rash of recent charges filed against Bieber, and his lawyer is looking to make some huge cash! Justin’s lawyer just got a case thrown out after a woman sued him for $9 million accusing Bieber of causing her hearing loss. An ex-bodyguard of Justin’s is currently suing him to the tune of $500,000 for unpaid wages; we’re not even mentioning the whole fatal accident that Justin’s BFF Lil Twist was involved in while driving Justin’s car! Justin’s going through some MESSES right now. All while trying to prove to his ex, Selena, that he’s mature and grown up…Right.
This new case is almost as bad as the “Bieber fathered my baby” claim. What do you think of the newest accusations? Let us know in the comments!
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