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Justin Bieber Sued by Pedestrian for Striking Him with His Ferrari
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 06.25.2014



TMZ reports that Justin Bieber is being sued for allegedly hitting a pedestrian while he was driving his Ferrari.

Walter Lee claims in his lawsuit against Bieber that he was walking on the Sunset Strip a year ago before midnight when Bieber struck him while driving. Bieber was allegedly leaving the Laugh Factory in his Ferrari with Lil Twist in the passenger seat.

Lee claims his injures are severe, including lacerations, hematomas, deep abrasions on his left knee and leg and deep venous thrombosis. He added he has a great deal of hospital and medical bills.

Bieber was previously investigated for hit-and-run but was cleared.





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