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Justin Bieber Wants Lawsuit Dismissed From Woman Who Suffered Hearing Loss At Concert
Posted by Joseph Lee on 11.27.2012



TMZ reports that Justin Bieber's lawyers have filed documents asking for a lawsuit to be dismissed against him from a woman that claimed to have hearing loss after one of his concerts.

A mother named Stacey Betts sued Bieber for $9.23 million, claiming her hearing was damaged at a 2010 concert when Bieber "enticed the crowd" into screaming. Bieber says that there's no way he could have known "pointing to a crowd" would create a "sound blast". The documents also state that Betts lawsuit fails to say that Bieber has any responsibility to stop screaming fans.





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