Justin Bieber was reportedly in a bullying incident this past weekend while playing a game of Laser Tag in British Columbia, Canada. Now more stories are coming out from both sides telling their stories about what allegedly happened.
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The 12-year-old victim's father, who is a lawyer in Canada, filed formal complaint against Justin, hoping to press charges. Although many are saying that Justin will probably not get charged.
Then today, an eyewitness stepped forward and said that they whole situation was completely blown out of proportion. Michael Kwen, who was playing laser tag at the same time said that right after the incident, where Justin reportedly punch the 12-year-old after he called Justin an "anti-gay slur," Justin and the victim immediately left the laser tag maze.
"Justin told me that he accidentally hit the kid while trying to escape by running through him and his friends," Michael said. "The kid's father was yelling, like he was a lawyer... saying that Justin Bieber assaulted his kid."
Michael continued, "There was no, there was absolutely no homophobic slurs at all towards Justin Bieber, or anything like that... I think that [the media is] making a bigger deal out of it than it is, because basically nothing actually happened. "It was just a regular game of laser tag."
Justin has yet to speak out on the incident himself, but cryptically Tweeted on Tuesday, "Take the high road."
Sound off: Whose side of the story do you believe?
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