Pop singer and teen sensation Justin Bieber is being investigated by Canadian authorities after he apparently assaulted a woman with a Nerf gun.
TMZ reports that while the Biebs was in Ottawa, a female security guard at the venue he was performing at filed a police report claiming that the singer (or someone in his entourage) assaulted her. She said that she was hit with “something” which ended up being a Nerf gun dart.
Still, police are taking this assault very seriously, and have been in the process of interviewing several eye-witnesses.
This isn’t the first time the Biebs has been on the wrong side of the law this month, reports NME. In fact, it’s not even the first time this month he’s being investigated for assault. His former bodyguard is apparently trying to sue the singer for allegedly taking a swing at him.
Moshe Benabou’s lawsuit against Justin Bieber is seeking an unspecified amount in damages for the assault accusations, we well as more than $420,000 in lost overtime and other wages, which he says he’s still owed.
A previous lawsuit against Justin Bieber held him responsible for damaging a woman’s hearing, but that suit was thrown out. Good thing, too. It probably would have set him back $9 million.
Personally, I don’t really understand all of these continuing lawsuits against Justin Bieber. Most of them really seem like they are filed by desperate individuals who want a piece of the Bieber pie. I mean come on, Ottawa security lady. There are thousands if not millions of teenage girls who would kill to be shot with a Nerf dart by Justin Bieber.