The Canadian singer has attached all hotel receipts and screenshots proving his innocence
Singer-songwriter Justin Bieber took to his Twitter account to respond to the recent sexual assault allegations levelled against him. It was earlier reported by Vulture, on June 21, that two women have accused the Canadian singer of sexual assault through social media posts.
On June 20, a woman named Danielle posted about her alleged sexual encounter with the ‘Sorry’ singer on Twitter. The woman explained how she met Bieber at an Austin music event on March 9, 2014.
The tweets have been made from an anonymous account and were later removed from Twitter.
Danielle wrote, “My friends and I were enjoying ourselves the entire night.” “A man then approached me and my friends and asked us if we wanted to meet Justin. Of course we said yes.”
Following which, Bieber apparently hung out with the group for a while, and later invited them all to accompany him back to his room at the Four Seasons.
Danielle who was 21 at the time explained, “Justin had made me agree to not say anything to anyone, or I could get in serious legal trouble.”
“He then asked me to join him in bed. That’s when I asked myself, ‘How in the world is this normal’?”
Danielle explains that Bieber sexually assaulted her after they consensually made out, even though she objected to “going too far” with him.
“My body felt unconscious,” she said. “I don’t want to go into detail about what happened next.”
Justin Bieber in response to these sexual assault allegations has attached hotel bills and screenshots proving his innocence.
However, Bieber acknowledges that he did appear in that bar on that day for a small performance, but asserts that he attended the show with his then-girlfriend, Selena Gomez.
In addition, Bieber shared a photo taken of himself and Gomez in the streets of Austin on March 9, 2014.
Subsequently, Bieber shared an article from Austin 360 that reported that the venue wasn’t certain about the singer’s arrival for the private SXSW event until about 11 p.m.
In fact, Bieber denies ever staying at Four Seasons Hotel, pointing to a tweet alleging that he was there.
Meanwhile, Bieber asserts that he was never a guest at the Four Seasons Hotel on March 9, 2014, and received confirmation from their regional manager.
Furthermore, Bieber confirmed that he stayed at an Airbnb, and not the hotel in question.
In conclusion, Bieber ended by saying he intends on taking a legal action.