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Friday 10th July 2020

Justin Bieber PUNCHES fan in the face

Those scandals just keep on coming

Is this dude for real?

As if Justin Bieber's rep hadn't been ruined enough recently, the singer goes and punches a fan in the face.

What’s occurred here is what would be considered a misdemeanour rather than a crime.

TMZ managed to catch it on camera too.

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The fan is seen reaching into the pop star's car in Barcelona after he'd finished performing in the capital city.

Footage of the incident shows JB responding when the man tries to touch him through the open window of a moving car.

Do you think he was right to retaliate?

The video shows the man with a very bloodied mouth after the car drives away.

Oh, Justin!

It has now emerged that the man is a minor who is contemplating suing the troubled 22-year-old.

Police have said that they were not investigating the incident and said it was up to the victim to decide whether to make a formal complaint.

A spokesman from the Spanish media outlet, Mossos d'Esquadra said:

"What’s occurred here is what would be considered a misdemeanour rather than a crime. For a crime of assault to have occurred, the victim would have needed medical attention more than once. The footage shows there’s been no sustained attack.

"As we’re talking about a misdemeanour rather than a serious crime, we haven’t got the power to act off our own backs and so we’re not actively investigating this.

"This is an incident that occurred between two people and the person who received the punch or push will have to make a formal complaint if he wants to take the matter any further.

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"He can do that at a police station or the local court.

"If he registers a complaint with police, we will simply pass that on to the relevant court so they can decide whether to take further action.

"At the moment we’re not aware the male fan has registered a formal complaint."