Read The Police Report On Justin Bieber's Spitting Incident
Well, it looks like one of them may be very real, at least according to the police report.
Remember when a DJ in Columbus, Ohio accused bad boy Bieber of spitting in his face?
He reportedly filed a police report last week for the alleged icky incident, but we didn’t believe it until we saw it.
According to a release obtained by Celebuzz, alleged face-spitting victim Addison Ulhaq has lawyered-up and his attorneys issued a detailed account of Ulhaq’s version of the night.
Here you go:
“In the early morning of July 13, 2013, Addison Ulhaq, a junior neuroscience major at The Ohio State University, and part-time disc jockey, waited for his turn to go back on stage at The Social Room bar and lounge in Columbus, Ohio where he had been asked to close out the night. Addison had finished his first set, but watched from the VIP area as another disc jockey performed. Also watching from the VIP area was musician Justin Bieber.
“As Addison waited to go back on stage, the Ohio State junior was confronted by two of Justin’s bodyguards who accused him of taking pictures of Justin on his cell phone. Addison had not been taking any pictures, but had merely been looking at his phone. The two bodyguards shoved Addison into a side kitchen, grabbed his phone, and searched it for pictures of Justin, but found none. Regardless, Justin approached Addison, and declared to his bodyguards that 'he would handle it.' With his bodyguards by his side, Justin then told Addison that 'Your mother’s a [expletive]; your father is a [expletive]; and you are a [expletive].' Justin then spit in Addison’s face, leaving saliva and mucus in Addison’s eye, nose, and mouth. Justin was then rushed out of The Social Room by his bodyguards.”
Megan Frantz Oldham, who represents Addison along with attorney Collin Wise, said, “Based on this incident and others recently reported in the media, it is apparent that Mr. Bieber thinks that he is better than other people, and that he is above the law. Mr. Ulhaq has taken the responsible step of reporting Mr. Bieber’s assault to hopefully prevent Mr. Bieber from engaging in future demeaning and damaging conduct.
“Regardless of how famous a person is, the law treats all people the same,” Wise added. "Mr. Bieber may believe that having bodyguards allows him to abuse another person, but the law of Ohio does not carve out special treatment for celebrities.”
Upon contacting Ulhaq's attorneys, they said he's reviewing all legal options, including financial compensation or a civil suit: "All avenues are open,” said Frantz Oldham.
“Addison filed the report primarily to have Justin Bieber held accountable for what happened.”
A rep for Bieber didn't return a request for comment.
Read the full police report against Biebs in the CB! gallery above.