According to court documents cited by TMZ, Bieber claims he has photographic evidence and several witnesses who can confirm he was at the private party until 4 a.m., after which he went to a hot dog stand. The singer, who is now married to supermodel Hailey Bieber alleged the 2:30 a.m. attack was an "impossibility – a poor, but damaging, fabrication" by Khadidja.
Bieber claimed the woman, who he said is a superfan who waits for him outside hotels, actually admitted she has never met him in person in tweets posted after the date of the alleged sexual assault.
The star is suing both women for attempting to ruin his reputation with their damning social media posts. He also said he believes the two social media accounts are either run by the same person or have coordinated their efforts to disparage him.
Khadidja is represented by powerhouse attorney Neville Johnson, who argued her comments are protected by the first and fourteenth amendments, Radar Online previously reported.