Entertainment Justin Bieber accused of using 'N-word' during brawl at NBA Finals in Cleveland two years ago

02:07  08 june  2018
02:07  08 june  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Troubled times: Justin Bieber is being sued for a brawl that occurred in June of 2016. Following game three of the NBA Finals in Cleveland , the 24- year -old performer allegedly assaulted Rodney Tobias Cannon over a photo that was taken.(Pictured here in June 2016—a day after the fight).

Troubled times: Justin Bieber is being sued for a brawl that occurred in June of 2016. Following game three of the NBA Finals in Cleveland , the 24- year -old performer allegedly assaulted Rodney Tobias Cannon over a photo that was taken.(Pictured here in June 2016—a day after the fight).

a group of people standing next to a man: Cannon, who tired to walk away from the confrontation, was reportedly grabbed by the shirt and 'struck more than one time.' The 6ft5in man tried to subdue the singer before being 'struck in the back of the head' by someone in Justin's security detail© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Cannon, who tired to walk away from the confrontation, was reportedly grabbed by the shirt and 'struck more than one time.' The 6ft5in man tried to subdue the singer before being 'struck in the back of the head' by someone in Justin's security detail Justin Bieber is being sued over a brawl that occurred in June of 2016.

Following game three of the NBA Finals in Cleveland, the 24-year-old performer allegedly assaulted Rodney Tobias Cannon over a photo that was taken.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Bieber threatened to harm Cannon and spewed a number of 'racial epithets.'

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Cannon accuses Bieber of using "racial epithets" during the fight, but doesn't specifically mention what Bieber said. Justin Bieber is being sued by the man he got into an all-out street brawl with in Cleveland after Game 3 of the 2016 NBA Finals .

Justin Bieber was just sued by the guy he got into a street fight with in Cleveland back during the 2016 NBA Finals , and he claims the singer hurled racial epithets, including the “ N - word ,” in front of an entire group of people.

Justin Bieber posing for the camera: Troubled times: Justin Bieber is being sued for a brawl that occurred in June of 2016. Following game three of the NBA Finals in Cleveland, the 24-year-old performer allegedly assaulted Rodney Tobias Cannon over a photo that was taken.(Pictured here in June 2016—a day after the fight)© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Troubled times: Justin Bieber is being sued for a brawl that occurred in June of 2016. Following game three of the NBA Finals in Cleveland, the 24-year-old performer allegedly assaulted Rodney Tobias Cannon over a photo that was taken.(Pictured here in June 2016—a day after the fight) A source told The Blast that the racial slurs included the 'N-word.'

Cannon, who tried to walk away from the confrontation, was reportedly grabbed by the shirt and 'struck more than one time.'

The 6ft5in man tried to subdue the singer before being 'struck in the back of the head' by someone in Justin's security detail.

a person in a blue shirt: According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Bieber threatened to harm Cannon and spewed a number of 'racial epithets.' A source told the media outlet that the racial slurs included the 'N-word'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Bieber threatened to harm Cannon and spewed a number of 'racial epithets.' A source told the media outlet that the racial slurs included the 'N-word' Cannon claimed that he 'sustained injuries to his face, head, and back.'

He was taken to the hospital where doctors confirmed he had a concussion.

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He's been accused in a lawsuit of using the N - word during a brawl two years ago following game three of the NBA Finals in Cleveland , Ohio. But on Thursday night, Justin Bieber 's manager Scooter Braun took to Twitter to post a series of defiant messages in defense of the Canadian pop star.

Justin Bieber accused of using ‘racial epithets’ during Cleveland fight. By Francesca Bacardi. The man who Justin Bieber brawled with in Cleveland during the 2016 NBA Finals filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against the pop star, claiming he used “racial epithets,” including the n - word

Rodney has supposedly been trying for years to settle with Bieber outside of court.

a man sitting in a car posing for the camera: Bieber posted a video days after the fight. His friend, Micah Cravalho, played back the TMZ footage of the brawl. 'Is that a fighting video? Dude, fighting is not cool,' Justin said. 'I know, that's why you don't take on 6'5© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Bieber posted a video days after the fight. His friend, Micah Cravalho, played back the TMZ footage of the brawl. 'Is that a fighting video? Dude, fighting is not cool,' Justin said. 'I know, that's why you don't take on 6'5" guys,' Micah responded In 2016, Cannon took to Facebook to comment briefly on the fight.

'Yo check. The fool ran up on me. I was with the girls, we just asked the d--k for an autograph,' he said. 'I ain't got nothin else to say.'

Bieber then posted his own video.

'What are you showing me?' he asked friend Micah Cravalho as he played back the TMZ footage of the brawl.

'Is that a fighting video? Dude, fighting is not cool.'

'I know, that's why you don't take on 6'5" guys,' Micah said.

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