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Justin Bieber Ordered To Sit For Another Deposition
Posted by Joseph Lee on 07.15.2014



TMZ reports that Justin Bieber has been ordered to sit for a second deposition, which will include questions about Selena Gomez. A judge has ordered the deposition because of the way Bieber acted the first time around.

Bieber will be questioned in Miami by the lawyer in the paparazzi assault case, the same lawyer that interviewed Bieber back in March. Videos were posted at the time which revealed Bieber shouting "Don't ask me about her again" when Gomez's name was brought up. Bieber will have to now answer the questions he refused to answer last time, including if he ever talked about the paparazzi with Gomez. A date has not been set for the deposition but it will be videotaped once again.





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