JUSTIN BIEBER CAN SUBPOENA TWITTER FOR ACCUSER ID IN $20 MILLION DEFAMATION LAWSUIT

Justin Bieber’s lawyers can subpoena Twitter for the identities of two women who anonymously accused him on social media of sexual assault, a judge ruled Thursday.

Justin Bieber arrives for the premiere of his YouTube documentary, Justin Bieber: Seasons in Los Angeles, on Jan. 27. With the recent release of Changes, Bieber is now the youngest solo artist to have seven consecutive No. 1 albums. (Lisa O'Connor/AFP/Getty Images)

UPDATE: Justin Bieber’s lawyers can subpoena Twitter for the identities of two women who anonymously accused him on social media of sexual assault, a judge ruled Thursday. The singer’s attorney said the allegations are provably false through eyewitness and photographic evidence.

“We just want to uncover who is behind these two accounts, and it may be the same person,” Bieber’s lawyer, Evan N. Spiegel, told Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Terry Green.

In a moment of levity, the judge mispronounced Bieber’s last name and asked if he should know who the plaintiff was.

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