Justin Bieber’s Toronto Assault Case Dropped

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That’s one less legal problem for Justin Bieber.

The Toronto assault case filed against the singer, in which a limousine driver alleges that Bieber struck him “several times” on the head in late 2013, has been dropped Monday morning after the Crown concluded there is no reasonable prospect of conviction.

According to the ruling judge, there isn’t enough sufficient evidence to continue with the case.

Bieber, 20, was charged with assaulting Abdul Mohar during a night out in Canada last December. Though the alleged victim called the police at the time, Bieber had left the scene before officers arrived. The “Baby” crooner turned himself into Toronto authorities a month later.

As of late, Bieber has been slapped with yet another Canadian assault charge in his hometown of Stratford, Ontario for allegedly attacking a paparazzo. Reportedly, the singer got into a physical altercation with a photographer after Bieber’s ATV collided with a van. Bieber’s on-again, off-again girlfriend, Selena Gomez, was present.