Monday, October 18, 2010

Bieber Watch: Justin is being investigated for jacking a kid in the face at a laser tag facility

Posted By on Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 12:33 PM

click to enlarge He had hoped it wouldn't come to this.
  • He had hoped it wouldn't come to this.
We all have our breaking points -- even gorgeous and charismatic teen idols like my boy Justin Bieber. You push a teen, and push a teen, and push a teen, and at some point that teen is going to snap. 

It looks as though that might have happened over the weekend at a laser tag facility in British Columbia, where Bieber was trying to enjoy some good clean fun and was instead accosted by 12-year-old street toughs. 


According to important news outlet the Today Show, Bieber was provoked by a gang of hooligan tweens while playing laser tag in Richmond, BC. Reports vary, but it appears as though he may have been surrounded and called some homophobic names, at which point he tried to break away and allegedly punched one of the bullies in the face. No serious injuries were sustained but the matter is under investigation and charges can still be filed. 

Bieber will walk away unscathed from this. I think we all know that. Here's the "report": 

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