Justin Bieber: Judge Grants Motion For His Sexual Assault Accusers To Be Identified By Twitter

Justin Bieber: Judge Grants Motion For Sexual Assault Accusers To Be Identified By Twitter

A judge needs more information on the two women who accused singer Justin Bieber of sexual assault. Yesterday, (7/17/20) a judge granted a motion filed by Justin Bieber’s lawyers to subpoena social networking platform, Twitter, for the identities of Justin’s accusers. According to reports, Evan N. Spiegel, Justin Bieber’s lawyer, told the judge:

“We just want to uncover who is behind these two accounts and it may be the same person.”

According to Mr. Spiegel, the women can’t be served with a lawsuit until they are properly identified. As we previously reported, two women allegedly named Danielle and Kadi accused the singer of sexually assaulting them, respectively in 2014 and 2015. They shared their accusations on social media (see below).









Justin Bieber has vehemently denied both incidents – citing his previous relationship with Selena Gomez, calling the stories “an elaborate hoax.”

Written by Miata Shanay





Authored by: Miata Shanay