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Justin Bieber ORDERED To Do Another Deposition By The Judge! This Time It's All About Selena Gomez!

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Oh, Justin Bieber.

Did you really think you could get away without answering any questions about Selena Gomez in your last deposition?

Since the last deposition interrogation was a fail, a judge is ordering the Biebs to sit through another one and this time, it's all about his on-again off-again lady love!

The legal document states that Bieberoni will be REQUIRED to answer questions he refused to answer last time, for example, if he's ever talked about the paparazzi with Selener.

This will be yet another interesting deposition, considering that Jelena is on the outs yet again.

We have a feeling JB will act up again and not want to answer questions about the saucy Latina songstress.

As of right now, no date has been set for the deposition redo, but it will certainly be videotaped again AND moderated by the same lawyer as last time.

You better be on your best behavior this time, Justin! There is no room for misbehaving.

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23 comments to “Justin Bieber ORDERED To Do Another Deposition By The Judge! This Time It's All About Selena Gomez!”



  1. 1

    Why is it that the public figures can't have ANY privacy? They don't seem to realize exactly how much of their privacy will be lost. Is it worth it? I think I'd rather be un-famous and poor!

  2. Billy E. Decker says – reply to this


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    I'm going to laugh my ass off when he snaps and kills them.

  3. lile says – reply to this


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    What's that sound? I think its the sound of the little, tiny wheels in JB's head turning, trying to figure out how he is going to get in Selena's good graces again, in case she gets pulled into the fray. Here's an idea…try acting like a grown-up!



  4. 4

    Re: wildwitch – Celebrities can have some privacy. But when they go out in public and act like assholes or drive the flashiest cars possible, or get into with the paparazzi, they become much, much bigger targets.



  5. 5

    Re: rosebud99 – Sort of like Lady Diana? Remember what the Paparazzi did to her from the time she was dating Charles?



  6. 6

    my co-worker's sister-in-law makes $68 every hour on the laptop . She has been without a job for 8 months but last month her paycheck was $16610 just working on the laptop for a few hours. Look At This,,,,,,,,, WWW.WORKITN.ℂOM



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    Re: wildwitch – Yes, she got hounded anyway. But don't you think people like Beiber, Alec Baldwin, LaBouf and Chris Brown make it worse for themselves by acting out?

  8. Billy E. Decker says – reply to this


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    Re: rosebud99 – Bieber has every right to his privacy like anyone else. He has every right to drive flashy cars and act like an ass. He is a young star and living it up. So long as he doesn't cause harm to anyone, so what? Assigning blame accordingly is a fallacious argument. Secondly, the paparazzi often take it too far to the point of harassment. The paparazzi was intentionally antagonizing him, begging for it. He asked for it and got it. And I don't blame Bieber a bit. The judge and lawyer have no legitimate reason to pester him about his private conversations as it is irrelevant to whether or not he actually assaulted the guy. The judge is only trying to assert his power over Bieber to reinforce his authoritative ego because he doesn't like not having control. It is nothing less than unnecessary coercive bullshit and serves as just another form of harassment to Bieber.

  9. lol says – reply to this


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    this is the dumbest thing I've ever heard in my life. i swear america is going downhill



  10. 10

    Re: Billy E. Decker – *applause* Best damn thing I've read in a month!



  11. 11

    Re: rosebud99 – I can't really say if their reaction is acceptable or not. I've never been in their position and I don't know how each person reacts in different situations. How many of us blow off steam but it's not a big scandal? How many of us did stupid shit as a teenager and didn't get it publicized. Hell…they get a pimple and it's all over the web! So yeah…he has a right to some privacy.



  12. 12

    Re: Billy E. Decker – I agree that Beiber has a right to privacy and that the paps often take things way too far. My point is that when someone like Beiber lets the paps provoke a reaction from him, or when he makes it easy for them to find him by driving a really distinct vehicle, he only makes it worse for himself. Yes, he has the right do to what he wants, but there are consequences.

  13. Billy E. Decker says – reply to this


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    Re: wildwitch – Ummm …thank you.

  14. Billy E. Decker says – reply to this


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    Re: rosebud99 – Consequences for what exactly? Living? How is the burden of responsibility on him? How does his fame equate to an excuse for others to harass him? If he were abusing his fame to harass someone or get into their personal business, it would be different. But in the instance in question, he was simply minding his own, enjoying a matinee with his girlfriend.



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    Re: Billy E. Decker – The consequences for acting out or being high profile in public is that he draws more paparazzi attention that he would if he was more discreet. I'm not saying it is right, or fair, or that Beiber shouldn't be able to do what he wants, it is simply a fact of life for a celebrity.

  16. Billy E. Decker says – reply to this


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    Re: rosebud99 – You're suggesting that he is at fault for being harassed, simply because he is famous and living large, that he shouldn't fully enjoy the fruits of his labors because of the potential actions of others. IMHO, he is free to do whatever he wants, just as long as he does not violate the rights of others. If he gets harassed without provocation, that's on them, not him.

  17. Me says – reply to this


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    Re: Billy E. Decker – smh…belieber…

  18. Aina says – reply to this


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    Re: Billy E. Decker – Are you completely forgetting why he was arrested?? It was because he was puttling people in harms way! I've lost people to drunk driving and there's absolutely no excuse for it! I don't care if you're the fucking president! So what? If he had killed someone it would have been okay because "He is a young star and living it up"? Are you fucking kidding me? It's brainless idiots like you that are making me lose hope in society! Christ, this may come as a shock to you Belieber (which I'm sure it will) but he's human! He makes mistakes like the rest of us, it doesn't help when there are people like you making excuses for him! As for the paps, yes they're irritating but it doesn't help when he goes off on them because then he's just giving them what they want! There are plenty of other stars who are more successful and have it worse but they keep a level head! It's part of the package and if you're not smart enough to realize that then why are you commenting at all because clearly you have no idea what you're talking about?

  19. Billy E. Decker says – reply to this


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    Re: Aina – To be honest, I don't follow these things like millions of little girl 'Beliebers' with their panties in a wad. Nor do I care much for Bieber. If he gets too close to me, I am liable to rip his fucking head off. I argue as a matter of principle as I would with anyone, and not in favor of him in particular. Maybe I am mistaken, but I thought this was about the man he supposedly assaulted a while back. If it's about him driving drunk, the argument doesn't change much. If he didn't do any damage, why would he be arrested? What is he liable for? Nothing? And what the hell do private conversations with his girlfriend regarding the paparazzi have to do with a DUI?

  20. ok_then says – reply to this


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    This case is doomed now that the same paparazzi who is suing Justin claimed he is not able to work anymore, but was nailed taking pics of Justin at a roller blade rink. It's time Justin's lawyers shut this farce down, there was no criminal charges laid because there was no evidence of criminal wrongdoing. This is a civil lawsuit but this pap will have to answer why he is back working when his claim stated he is unable to work anymore.

  21. ok_then says – reply to this


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    Re: Aina – Who gives a shit about your personal experiences.. This is not the forum for that crap either.. Being arrested for a D.U.I or any other crime for the matter does not mean you are automatically guilty without a chance to go in a court room and argue your innocence. Everyone has the RIGHT to a fair trial.. Just because one is arrested and charged does not mean they did it .. That is what the justice system is for and Justin Bieber has the same right as everyone else.. Why don't you haul your ass to Russia or China where there is no fair justice system and a police state rules where you are arrested on trumped up charges and have no chance to defend yourself! They will love cheerleaders like you of that type of police state you are so staunchly defending.



  22. 22

    The final point here - he should NOT have to discuss a PRIVATE conversation that has nothing to do with the LAW. Private is private. He wasn't talking to her about terrorism! It was A PRIVATE conversation between a couple/friends. PERIOD.

  23. Mitanni says – reply to this


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    And Jack Hewitt goes on a gap year after shooting children…but if it's an egging or a driving infraction and the judge gets some fame out of it…