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Justin Bieber Denies Sexual Assault Allegation & Provides Proof With Airbnb Trip Receipts

He posted a series of tweets showing that "there is no truth to this story."

He's refuting these allegations. Justin Bieber took to Twitter to deny that he sexually assaulted a fan back in 2014. The singer provided proof of what he was doing on the supposed night of the encounter, including Airbnb receipts from a stay with his then-girlfriend, Selena Gomez. 

Pop Crave re-posted the now-deleted tweets from an anonymous woman named Danielle who described the events that occurred on March 9, 2014, in Houston, Texas.

The story alleges that Bieber performed a surprise show at a bar, and later on he and a friend invited Danielle and her friends to his room at the Four Seasons Hotel.

Danielle says that Bieber kissed her and forced himself inside of her. At the time, she was 21 and he was 20.

Pop Crave also posted another allegation from a Twitter user named Kadi who claimed Bieber sexually assaulted her in New York on May 5, 2015. However, he did not respond to that claim. 

Shortly after Danielle's allegation surfaced, the musician posted a thread of tweets denying that the events ever happened.

"I don’t normally address things as I have dealt with random accusations my entire career but after talking with my wife and team I have decided to speak up on an issue tonight," Bieber began.

He claims that "There is no truth to this story. In fact as I will soon show I was never present at that location."

Bieber wrote that he attended the surprise performance with Gomez, and provided proof with photos and an article about it.

He also posted screenshots of another Twitter user who said that she saw him at the Four Seasons, and later clarified that she meant the restaurant and not the hotel.

In a series of email screenshots and photos of receipts, the 26-year-old wrote that he was with Gomez and friends at an Airbnb on March 9 and at a Westin Hotel on the 10th.

He also confirmed with a Four Seasons regional manager that he was never on the property or was a guest at the hotel on the alleged date.

On the receipts, Bieber uses the name Mike Lowery as an alias, which he claims he won't be using anymore. 

You can read Bieber's full thread below. 

Since speaking out, Bieber has been trending on Twitter with thousands of fans sticking up for him. 

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