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Justin Bieber Is Being Sued For 100K For …Cell Phone Memories?

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Justin Bieber, you may have just bought yourself a VERY expensive phone.

Robert Earl Morgan is a dude who is claiming the singer destroyed his cell phone when he was taking precious beer bong footage of the singer, and has filed a lawsuit seeking as much as $100,000.

The sitch? Morgan was at Cle nightclub in Houston last month when Bieber showed up and began messing with his douchey friend Post Malone, who I guess appeared to extinguish a cigarette on the rapper’s arm. Fun club shenanigans!

Bieber then grabbed a beer bong and tried his hand at chugging. Morgan says Bieber “was clearly a novice,” spilling the beer all over his clothes and face, in what will most likely become a “classic Bieber move.” I mean, I hope. Morgan says he was shooting cellphone video of the mishap, when Biebs got pissed, grabbed his cellphone and smashed it to pieces.

According to TMZ, Morgan never got his SIM card back, which contained such precious gems of memories, including pics of his grandma’s 100th birthday party (and again, Biebs looking like a D bag). He says he also lost business contacts and it’s eaten into his commission. Morgan adds he minored in photography in college and had 5,000 pics and videos documenting his travels, which he’ll never get back. But you know what he can get? Money from Bieber.

And know what? I bet he’ll get some. Biebs? Maybe next time you wanna beer bong in private.

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Selena Gomez Skips MET Gala After-Party, Avoids Justin Bieber at All Costs

Among the members of Taylor Swift's squad, Selena Gomez looked the second worst at Monday night's MET Gala in New York City.

According to at least one very scientific poll, that is.

Selena Instagram Pic Justin Bieber, We See You!

But that wasn't even the worst piece of news to come out of the fashionable event this week for Selena.

As has so often been the case for her in the past, the artist's evening was dealt an unfortunate blow by her ex-boyfriend, Justin Bieber.

According to Hollywood Life, Bieber did not attend the MET Gala itself in The Big Apple this week.

But he did stop by an after-party at The Boom Boom Room... and he was not alone for the occasion. He allegedly showed up with occasional love Hailey Baldwin.

“Selena and her girls were supposed to go to the after-party at The Boom Boom Room," a source tells Hollywood Wife.

But when she found out Justin was going to be there, she changed her plans. She didn’t want to be there with Justin and Hailey. It’s a small place and that would just be way too uncomfortable."

That's understandable.

Unfortunate, but understandable.

Still, it wasn't exactly a lost night altogether for Gomez.

This same article says she headed over to the Vogue magazine after-party, where she was spotted taking many cute pictures in their awesome photo booth.

Other celebrities who attended this event included Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. So Selena was in some pretty famous company.

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While Bieber and Gomez continue to fuel rumors of a possible reconciliation, Baldwin has made it pretty clear at this point that she at least dated Bieber at some point in the recent past.

They are still very friendly and it would not surprise us if they still knock boots on occasion.

So we can't blame Gomez for avoiding such an awkward run-in, can you?

But we can blame Selena if she ever goes back to Justin.

Come on, girlfriend. You can do so much better.

Justin Bieber Sued for Alleged Cell Phone Destruction

Here's a sentence we haven't written in awhile:

Justin Bieber is in trouble with the law.

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The artist is being sued for $100,000 by someone named Robert Earl Morgan because he claims The Biebs destroyed his cell phone during a party at Cle nightclub in Houston last month.

According to Morgan’s filed legal documents, he started filming Bieber with his phone once the superstar started chugging a beer bong.

Clearly an amateur at this move, Justin reportedly spilled beer all over himself and then grew angry when he saw Morgan capturing the embarrassing incident on camera.

Morgan alleges that Bieber grabbed his property and forcibly threw it to the ground, smashing it into pieces.

TMZ writes that Morgan is seeking up to $100,000 in damages because his SIM card was ruined in this act of vandalism.

This caused him to lose valuable business contacts, as well as sentimental picture.

Morgan also says the loss of his professional contacts has hurt him financially.

Neither Bieber nor anyone in his camp has commented on this allegation.

Back in 2014, Bieber often faced similar accusations.

He supposedly stole a woman's cell phone in May of that year because she had snapped photos of him at a miniature golf course.

He was also once accused of battery against a member of the paparazzi because, again, that man was taking pictures of the star.

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This latest alleged incident, meanwhile, occurred on the same night that Post Malone was accused of choking Bieber.

It later came out, however, that the two friends were just joking around.

But there's nothing funny about the destruction of personal property... if Bieber really did do what he's accused of doing here.

It's the second time in a matter of days that Justin is at the center of a scandal.

PETA is also unhappy with the artist after he was caught stroking the fur of a chained-up tiger at his father's engagement party last week.

Yes, Justin Bieber's father had a chained-up tiger at his engagement party.

Might this go a long way toward explaining why Justin sometimes acts the way he sometimes acts?

Migh

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