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Justin Bieber Denies Rape Allegations With Actual Receipts, Calls Story “Factually Impossible” & Says “There Is No Truth” to It

UPDATE: Justin Bieber has taken to social media to respond to the allegations from a random Twitter user calling herself “Danielle” who said he sexually assaulted her in a hotel room years ago.

“Rumors are rumors but sexual abuse is something I don’t take lightly,” the pop star tweeted on Twitter Sunday night (Jun. 21) just hours after the allegations emerged.

“I wanted to speak out right away but out of respect to so many victims who deal with these issues daily I wanted to make sure I gathered the facts before I made any statement.”

Justin went on to say that “There is no truth” to the story and provided ACTUAL RECEIPTS proving that he was never even at the location where the alleged incident is said to have occurred.

He concluded: “Every claim of sexual abuse should be taken very seriously and this is why my response was needed. However this story is factually impossible and that is why I will be working with twitter and authorities to take legal action.”

See his tweets below:

A few hours after “Danielle” shared her story (which has since been deleted) an Instagram influencer with more than 200,000 followers named Kadi shared her own story accusing Bieber of sexual assault, which she said took place in 2015. Kadi started off her message by writing: “I believe Danielle.”

While Bieber has not yet commented on Kadi’s accusations, it’s very telling that the “Danielle” girl deleted her Twitter account with the initial allegations.

Original story:

After “Baby Driver” star Ansel Elgort was accused of sexual assault, at least three women have come forward with similar claims against Justin Bieber.

The first woman, who wishes to remain anonymous beyond her first name, “Danielle,” said she was inspired to come forward with her story about Bieber after a woman named Gabby revealed that she was sexually assaulted by Elgort when he was 20 and she was 17. Elgort denied the allegation saying that they were in a legal, consensual relationship.

Danielle said that on March 9th, 2014, she and two friends were attending an event hosted by Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun at Banger’s Sausage House and Beer Garden when Bieber made a surprise appearance with his then-girlfriend Selena Gomez and sang a few songs.

Danielle claimed that Bieber took pictures with her and her friends (though she declined to share the photos for legal reasons) before inviting them to hang out with him and his crew at the Four Seasons Hotel.

She alleged that she eventually wound up in a room alone with Bieber, who then proceeded to kiss her and remove her underwear before he “forced himself” inside her, despite her protests.

“Although, this was 6 years ago, although I was one year older than him (he was 20, I was 21), I was still sexually assaulted without consent,” she said, adding that “Just because he is a huge pop star with a lot of money and millions of fans, doesn’t make this okay and should go unnoticed.”

After Danielle shared her story, another woman named Kadi came forward detailing a similar story of being taken to Bieber’s hotel room in New York City during the early morning hours of May 5th, 2015 along with four other girls.

“I believe Danielle, I am a victim of sexual assault by Justin Bieber too,” Kadi wrote on Twitter.

She said Bieber followed her into a bathroom and locked the door behind him before proceeding to kiss her and touch all over her body. She claimed he then pushed her down on the bed and forcibly penetrated her, at which point she “pushed him and kicked him between the legs” before running out of the room.

As evidence, Kadi shared screenshots of conversations she says were with Bieber’s bodyguard at the time and another girl who was there that night in 2017.

A third woman, who didn’t release her name, also posted on Twitter that she was “full on groped” by Bieber when she was 17.

“He quite frankly didn’t care how old I was and knew he could do whatever he wanted,” she wrote, adding: “My friends on here have seen the picture.”

After the story from the first accuser, Danielle, went viral, Allison Kanye—who is the president of Scooter Braun Projects (Bieber’s management team)—was seen denying the allegations in a private message apparently sent to a fan account via Instagram.

“An allegation like this is something we would never take lightly but this read exactly like the Ansel Elgort allegation so we were a little suspicious,” Kaye said in the message.

She said the allegation was “factually impossible” because Bieber wasn’t even staying at the hotel where the alleged assault happened.

“After the event on March 9th, Justin stayed at an Airbnb where I was also staying,” Kaye wrote, adding that Bieber didn’t stay at the Four Season, but rather the Westin. “Sorry it took so long to respond but we wanted to be respectful and address it with real info,” she concluded.

While Bieber himself has not yet commented on Danielle’s story, the singer was spotted in Austin on March 9th, 2014 and performed at Banger’s Sausage House and Beer Garden, as reported by CTV News.

There’s also video of Bieber hanging out with Selena Gomez in Austin the night of March 9th, 2014.

For what it’s worth, a Justin Bieber fan account also uncovered tweets from Kadi contradicting her story because she was tweeting in 2015 (the year after the alleged incident occurred) as if she’d never even met Bieber.

Meanwhile, Twitter has exploded with responses to the allegations and purported response from Bieber’s camp, with some people defending the singer and others wishing to cancel Bieber, getting #JustinBieberIsOverParty to trend.

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