Justin Bieber Bullied in Canada?
In what may come as a shock to his fans, teen dream Justin Bieber may have been bullied and called a nasty slur during a weekend game of laser tag in his native Canada.
Reports are swirling that Biebs, 16, and his bodyguards were playing laser tag at a facility in Richmond, British Columbia on Friday night when a 12-year-old boy began hounding him. According to TMZ, when Biebs told the boy to back off, he lashed out and called the superstar a "faggot."
While TMZ reports Biebs is the victim, the owner of the laser tag center told Canada's CBC News that Biebs was kicked out of the game and the boy's father later called police to report his son was the one who had been assaulted.
A member of Royal Canadian Mounted Police told Us Weekly: "On Friday around 5:30 p.m. we got a report that a 12-year-old boy was allegedly assaulted at an entertainment facility in Richmond. The boy sustained minimal injuries and did not require medical attention. We are continuing our investigation."
According to TMZ, authorities have already concluded that Bieber is not at fault. Baby Biebs has yet to comment on the incident, but he will reportedly go public with his support of the celebrity anti-bullying campaign any day now. Celebs including Joe Jonas, Anne Hathaway and Daniel Radcliffe have spoken out against bullying, after revealing they were victims.
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