Justin Bieber sued by a photographer for permanently injuring him in 2017; Read on to know more

In 2017, paparazzi had released pictures and videos of the singer exiting his vehicle and asking the photographer, if he is fine. He had even posted a video from his hospital bed and had praised Justin Bieber and lamented the situation.
Justin Bieber sued by a photographer for permanently injuring him in 2017; Read on to know moreJustin Bieber sued by a photographer for permanently injuring him in 2017; Read on to know more
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Justin Bieber has been sued by a photographer, William Wilson, to whom he had slammed with his Beverly Hills in his Dodge Ram 2500 pickup truck while he was leaving from Hillsong Church service in 2017. The photographer is asking now for unspecified damages in his suit against the singer, as per TMZ.  As per reports, Wilson told the court about his 'permanent disability, emotional damages and general damages'. In 2017, Bieber was seen telling the crowd how it was really tough to see while driving when everyone crowds his vehicle and flash camera lights.

Back then, Bieber was cleared by the police by noting that the singer was distracted by flashing cameras and that was the cause of the accident. Beverly Hills Police Department Sgt. Matthew Stout said in a July 2017 statement, "Bieber remained on scene, cooperated with officers and was released."

Paparazzi had released pictures and videos of singer exiting his vehicle and asking Wiliam, if he is fine. Wilson had even posted a video from his hospital bed and had praised Bieber and lamented the situation

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He had said, "Hour before my birthday hits I get ran over by Justin Bieber. Isn’t that something? He’s a good kid though. I think the truck was a little bit too big for him, though. There’s no way he could see over the front, the slope it was on." He added, "But he got out, he was compassionate, he’s a good kid. Accidents happen. Hopefully, everything works out here."

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lol..why wait 2 years to file suit..he just needs money

you are right he just needs money

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