Justin Bieber wins first round of defamation suit

Justin Bieber was allowed to reveal the identities of two women who allegedly sexually assaulted him.

The 26-year-old singer recently spoke on social media to refute the allegations made by two women, known only as Daniel and Kadi, after everyone allegedly sexually assaulted her during separate events in 2014 and 2015.

After denying the allegations, Justin began legal action to file a defamation suit against both of them, and on Friday (17.07.20) Justin's lawyers won the first round of legal action.

Winning means the ‘delicious’ hitmaker’s legal team will be allowed to find out on Twitter the identity of women they believe are “the same person”.

According to NBC News, Justin's lawyer Evan N. "We want to highlight who is behind these two accounts and it could be the same person," Spiegel told Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Terry Green.

In the lawsuit, the women were identified as Jane Doe 1 and 2 and Justin's lawyers said they could not serve the women until they were identified.

When Justin initially denied the allegations, he also provided evidence that he was nowhere to be found when he first filed the lawsuit against him and said in his legal case that he had "controversial documentary evidence" to prove that the sexual harassment allegations were none other than two. Outrageous, abbreviated ". Lie".

Daniel first mentioned that she was sexually assaulted on March 9, 2014, after a concert in a room in the Four Seasons hotel in Austin, Austin, but Justin could prove the alleged incident when he was dating but when he was in town he did not stay in the Four Seasons Hotel or even have a room.

Instead of Justin being married to Hayley Bieber - Daniel made his allegations based on public reports that he had a dinner party on March 10, 2014, at Four Seasons Restaurant.

Kadi alleges in the original allegations that Justin attacked her at the Longham Hotel in New York City on May 5, 2015, at 2:30 pm, but even the 'Love Yourself' singer said it was virtually impossible.

Justin said he was in New York City in May 2015 for the Mate Gala, but attended a private party there until 4 a.m. He had several witnesses to give him photographic evidence and testimony.

The singer is suing for a total of $ 20 million in damages, each seeking $ 10 million.

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