Justin Bieber Named As Assault Suspect In Cleveland Police Report

Justin Bieber has been named as an assault suspect from an incident in Cleveland during the NBA Finals in June.

In summary, the alleged victim says Bieber took his glasses and cell phone and started deleting pictures. An altercation ensued and the victim alleged he was hit several times by Bieber and possibly his bodyguard.

According to the official police report, which was filed on Tuesday, February 14, Rodney Cannon indicated that he had several drinks with Justin Bieber on the evening on June 8, 2016.

Victim then stated that the offender Justin Beiber (sic) came outside of the black vehicle that was behind them and they greeted each other and then they all went to the hotel and had multiple drinks.

Later that night, they went outside and took photos together, at which time the victim alleges that Justin Bieber took his sunglasses and later his cell phone.

Victim stated when they came outside after ending the night, victim stated that the offender Justin Beiber (sic) took his glasses from the victim person and the victim took a picture of him with his glasses. Victim stated that the offender then got angry about the situation and victim stated he told him he will delete the picture if he game him the glasses back.

Cannon then indicated that Bieber pushed and later punched him.

Victim stated that the offender pushed him while he was trying to reach for his glasses that the offender had in his hand. Victim stated that the offender begin (sic) to punch the victim in the face with a close (sic) fist.

As a result of the alleged incident, Cannon sought medical attention and was told he could have a concussion.

Due to the incident the victim stated that he went to Spring Valley Hospital in Nevada. Victim Stated that the hospital said he had acute head injury and a possible concussion.

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