Justin Bieber's deposition videos really don't show him in too positive a light...
Justin Bieber’s deposition videos have really shed a new light on the once idolised popstar. In the videos, obtained by TMZ, the singer comes across as arrogant, disrespectful and down right rude when being questioned by the deposing lawyer. Whilst the actual deposition was over four hours long, we’ve come up with the 10 things we took away from the edited down online versions, and really there’s a lot to learn about this new side to Justin Bieber.
Justin Bieber Hasn't Done Himself Any Favors
Justin and this lawyer really don't get along
Bieber was really not feeling the love for the lawyer handling his deposition, at one point he told him, ‘I don't have to listen to anything you have to say.’ Later when asked about Scooter Braun he replied ‘what kind of question is that, it didn't make sense.’
Don’t interrupt Bieber
These two just really, really didn't get along, when the lawyer tells Justin he didn't hear his response Bieber adamantly states ‘I didn't finish. I didn't finish, I didn't finish…’, before the lawyer replies ‘I didn't want to interrupt.’ Bieber, however just really doesn't believe him and replies in his most sarcastic tone ‘Really? You didn't want to interrupt?
Justin's mugshot from his January 2014 arrest in Miami
Justin knows his legal terms
One thing’s for sure, Justin knows his legal terms (but maybe not when to use them). When quizzed if he knew that his ‘security guards will punch, grab and push papas if they need to’, the singer simply replied, ‘I object’.
Justin doesn't dole out the discipline
When Justin was asked if he’d ever disciplined one of his bodyguards Bieber replied, "disciplined? What kind of question is that? Is he my son?" while laughing.
Justin does not remember his trip to Australia
Australian Belibers might want to cover their ears when Justin is asked about his trip to Austrlia. When the lawyer asked, ’do you remember being in Australia ever?' Justin replied ‘I don't know if I've been to Australia. Have I been to Australia?’ The answer is yes you have Justin, most recently back in December.
Justin has his own criteria for what constitutes a film
We’re not sure exactly what criteria needs to be met before a piece of video can be called a ‘film’ by Bieber but when he was asked to watch some footage referred to as a film by the questioning lawyer Bieber replied, "you said it's a film. You said watch the film. Is this a film?" To which the lawyer answered "Is there a difference...Between a film and something else?" "Yes", replied Bieber, we’re not sure what the difference is but perhaps it involves animation.
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